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Formation Tatoueur

Formation à l'hygiène jeune tatoueur présenté par Maki Pony — KissKissBankBank

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Le tatouage ancré au Quai-Branly

1966, à Hambourg. "A la fin des années 60, la profession de tatoueur attira un certain nombre d'artistes possédant une formation of...


Pin for Later: Stars et Tatouages, une Grande Histoire D'amour Angelina Jolie en train de se faire tatouer par le célèbre tatoueur thaïlandais Sompong Kanphai, à Bangkok en 2008.

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REBEL8 Giant Blackbook

REBEL8 Giant BlackbookInformed by his training in architectural drafting, his illustrious career as a tattooist, and his globe-spanning graffiti exploits, Chock full of 108 pages of open potential, the custom book includes both REBEl 8 and Giant branding and comes peppered with ten different spreads of the artist’s own hand scripts and drawings. Retailing for $15 USD, the REBEL8 Giant Blackbook can be picked up online alongside “Van” and “Giant” graphic tees inspired by the publication.


George 'Professor' Burchett (also styled the 'King of Tattooists') was born George Burchett-Davis on August 23, 1872, in the English seaside town of Brighton, East Sussex and became one of the most famous tattoo artists in the world.Having been expelled from school at 12 for tattooing his classmates, he joined the Royal Navy at 13. After the Navy, he returned to England, where he was trained in tattoo artistry in London by the legendary English tattooists Tom Riley and Sutherland MacDonald.