Wood Skin Ink
The Japanese Aesthetic in Modern Tattooing
curated by Paul Mullowney

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This beautiful exhibit catalog is from the exhibition at the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center, in Maui, Hawaii running August 1-September 25, 2005. The exhibit explores the connections between the world of ukiyo-e (woodblock) prints and tattooing. Artists' work represented in this catalog include Don Ed Hardy, Chris Trevino, Horiyoshi III, and Horitomo. The Woodblock and the Tattoo by Rebecca Salter and Art Without Borders by Don Ed Hardy are some of the articles written for this publication which includes many color photographs, plates and illustrations.

Published in 2005 by Hardy Marks Publications
11 x 8½, Softcover
35 pages

$ 20.00