Tattoo Activity Book
- Artist: Magnus Frederiksen
- Editor: Ebba Cronstedt, Björn Almqvist
- Language: English
- Pages: 64
- Size: 28x 21,5 x 0,5 cm
- Illustrations: 60
- Release date: 20140315
- ISBN: 9789185639649
An original activity book for kids and adults. Tattoo Activity Book features artwork from more than 30 tattoo artists from around the world.
Old school to new school, to graphic and realistic. Pretty birds, dreadful skulls, stylish full-rigged ships and graphic weirdness. Tattoo enthusiasts of all ages are invited to add their own color and creativity to the 64 pages with artwork from some of the best tattoo artists on the planet, and create their own designs. Among the beautiful drawings you will find tattoo activities, such as “follow the dots” and “paint by number”.
Get inspiration for you future tattoo, and go wild with coloring the motives in the book, just as you would like them to be. Tattoo Activity Book is the latest in Dokument Press popular coloring book series, with themes such as graffiti, skateboarding and lowriders.
Illustrator Magnus Frederiksen is a Swedish illustrator and graphic designer of several years standing. He works as a teacher at Forsbergs School in Stockholm, where he teaches creative thinking, program technique and illustration. He has previously published the book Skateboarding Coloring Book.
Editor Ebba Cronstedt is an artist and tattoo-know-it-all. She works as a tattoo manager by day, and a cartoonist by night and one of her goals professionally is to make people aware of the amazing quality of tattoos. Making the world prettier, one tattoo at the time.
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