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Tattoo Life is proud to present the first digital tattoo ebooks store in the world with dozens of collections of flash, sketches and line works by the most talented. Golden Tattoo Flash Volume 1 is an ebook that is really worth its weight in gold. First published in , it displayed original and unpublished flash by the. We inaugurate the eBook's series with the exquisite “Golden Tattoo Flash: Volume 1” and “Golden Tattoo Flash Volume 2”, two rarities that can't be found.

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Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! A luscious, offset-printed, hardcover tome--a beautiful and serious addition to the understanding of one of the world's oldest and most popular art forms. Electric tattooing as we know it today was invented in New York City at the turn of the 19th century. In the first days of American tattooing, tattoos were primarily worn by sailors and soldiers, outlaws and outsiders. The visual language of what came to be known as "traditional tattooing" was developed in those early days on the Bowery and catered to the interests of the clientele. Common imagery that soon became canon included sailing ships, women, hearts, roses, daggers, eagles, dragons, wolves, panthers, skulls, crosses, and popular cartoon characters of the era. The first tattooists also figured out that using bold outlines, complimented by solid color and hard shading, was the proper technique for creating art on a body that would stand the test of time. In the over years since then, techniques and styles have evolved, and the customer base has expanded, but the core subject matter and philosophy developed at the dawn of electric tattooing has persisted as perennial favorites through the modern era. While most tattoos are inherently ephemeral, transported on skin until the death of the collector, a visual record exists in the form of tattoo flash: the hand-painted sheets of designs posted in tattoo shops for customers to select from. Painted and repainted, stolen, traded, bought and sold, these sheets are often passed between artists through one channel or another, often having multiple useful lives in a variety of shops scattered across time and geography. The utility of these original pieces of painted art has made it so that original examples can still be found in use or up for grabs if you know where to look. About the Author Jonathan Shaw is a world traveling outlaw artist, novelist, blogger, head doctor, anti-folk hero, whorehouse philosopher, legendary tattoo master, and notorious innovator and creator of underground art. Shaw was born in NY to big band legend Artie Shaw and movie star Doris Dowling, and was raised in LA where he learned to tattoo on the legendary Pike boardwalk from old-school California masters. After running with the likes of Jim Morrison, the Manson Family, and Charles Bukowski, he fell prey to heroin addiction and a life of crime.

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These days there are actual artists that do only tattoo flash, and sell them to artists or shops. This can be very lucrative for those tattoo artists.

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Tattoo Flash Sizes… When it comes to the actual sizes for tattoo flash, there are none. In fact, there is not a standard size because all tattoos are different sizes. I will say though that most tattoo flash sheets come on 11x 14 sized pages of paper or prints.

This saves time for the artist to already have the outline in place. What you do is go to the site and print out what you like, then take it to your favorite tattoo artist.

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