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Reinventing The Tattoo: Book and DVD combination package

Reinventing The Tattoo: Book and DVD combination package

Reinventing The Tattoo: Technique

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A growing collection of tattoo books. Educational titles include Guy Aitchison's Reinventing the Tattoo, Nick Baxter's The fundamentals of Realist Oil Painting, and Mike Devries' Lets be Realistic. Educational titles are only sold to professional tattoo artists. Books for the public include Organica, Moments of Epiphany, and Scratch Art. Nick Baxter's 2010 calendar, Rebuilding, is also found in this section.

The Biomech Encyclopedia

The Biomech Encyclopedia

By Guy Aitchison, featuring collaborative work by dozens of tattooists including: Nick Baxter, Dan Hazelton, Marco Velazquez, Aaron Cain, Mike Cole, Don McDonald, Jeff Croci, Ty McEwen, Adrian Dominic, Markus Lenhard, Leo Lavatori, Brad Bako, Chris Walkin, Evan Griffiths and many more!

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Educational Tattoo DVDs for sale include Foundation Painting with Shawn Barber, Tattooing Portraits by Nikko Hurtado, Russ Abbott's Iron Clad Tattoos Built to Last, and Get Real with Mike Devries. Educational titles are only sold to professional tattoo artists. DVDs available to the public are Standards of Practice, Infection Control for the Modification Industry and the Art Fusion Experiment.

Buy some tattoo books and tattoo DVDs at the same time and save some dough! Packages include Hyperspace Studios Educational Combo Pack, the Mike Devries Combo pack, sold only to professional tattoo artists. Combo packs available to the public include the Organica and Moments of Epiphany Combo.

Although our central focus is on promoting educational material for tattoo artists, we are also interested in carrying tattoo supplies and equipment that are not strictly educational but reflect an innovative attitude in helping to move the industry forward in terms of improving ergonomics and providing artists with more options in the way they do their work.