Tattoo Nation

Tattoo Nation

Portraits of Celebrity Body Art

Unknown - 2002
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Tattoos, rock and roll, and Rolling Stone -- the ideal combination for the ultimate book on celebrities and their tattoos. Rolling Stone's "Tattoo Nation" exposes this dynamic art form in all its glory as embodied by the biggest pop icons of our time, from Drew Barrymore to Eminem, Melissa Etheridge to Ozzy Osbourne, Busta Rhymes to Mary J. Bilge. "Tattoo Nation" features candid and never-before-seen photographs and equally revealing interviews that chronicle the gradual emergence of this evocative art form into mainstream society via pop-culture icons. These edgy color and black-and-white photographic spreads present pop and rock icons ranging from counter culture pioneers like Janis Joplin to today's trendsetters Bjork and Lenny Kravitz showing off their body artwork.
Publisher: Boston : Bulfinch Press, c2002.
ISBN: 9780821227817
Branch Call Number: 391. 65 TAT
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. (some col.), ports. (some col.)
Additional Contributors: Tonelli, Bill
Love, Robert 1951-


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