Japanese Tattooing Now: Memory and Transition
by Michael McCabe
Over 530 breathtaking color photos display a vast range of Japanese tattoos, from traditional full-body forms replete with classical images steeped in symbolism, including Horimono, to modern One-Point style, heavily influenced by the cultures of the West. Catch a glimpse of Japan’s youth culture through personal interviews, and stories of Japanese masters of the tattoo art, including Senseis Horihide, Horiyoshi III, Horitoshi I, Horiyasu and Horikoi. 8 1/2” x 11”, 176 pages, softcover.