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Close menu. Softcover, 60 Pages, 35 x 28cm Out of Stock! Sailor Jerry Ltd.
This book is in Good overall condition. We are book lovers with an ever changing, Sailor Jerry Collins: Sailor Jerry Tattoo Flash: Collins, Jerry.
Book Binding: Book Condition: All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. Trade PB.
Hardy Marks Publications. Illustrated with Color Plates.
Wrappers lightly worn with some light shelf-wear to the extremities present. Book is free of ownership marks. Sailor Jerry Collins was an iconic tattoo artist working out of Honolulu.
His tattoos are instantly recognizable. Design your own coat of arms is on gr Determined not to blatantly copy these motifs, Jerry planned to base his tattoos around classic American subjects such as General Custer and Washington Crossing the Delaware.
More importantly, Japanese tattooers utilized water shading, a practice that involved watering down tattoo ink to create a wider spectrum of shades which, when applied properly, added depth and dimension.
Jerry was the first to fuse the Japanese shading technique with bold, American designs and the combination changed tattooing forever. He relished the camaraderie of the Navy, and the old sea-faring traditions of the sailor became subjects he celebrated in his work until his death. More importantly, the Navy took Jerry across the Pacific to China and Japan, a journey that sparked his lifelong interest in Asian art and culture and then deposited him in Hawai'i in the early s.
The tropical islands felt custom-made for Jerry. The constant flow of sailors through Hawai'ian ports kept Jerry connected to his beloved Navy while Honolulu's bustling Chinatown fed his fascination with Asian culture.Results Pagination - Page 1 1 2.
Christian Modell marked it as to-read Sep 20, Skip to main content. They led Jerry to a dark room where a cadaver lay covered by a sheet on a table and left him alone with his tattoo machine and inks.
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These are NOT reprints or reproductions. Flash Collection.
The posters are reprints. You may not have their lifestyle, but with the temporary transfer tattoos you can get their look! These are genuine artifacts of a era gone by.
Previously unseen photographs include not only rare images of Collins, but also Hawaiian life in the midth century and anecdotes are illustrated with ephemera and essays collected during the making of the film.