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The Illustrated Woman

af William Demichele

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This 11" X 13" book is a unique collection of tattooed women. Photographer Bill DeMichele traveled the U.S. & Europe for five years, photographing women of all ages who fit no stereotype but share a passion for individuality & a commitment to self expression. In the tattoo community this book is a collectors item. THE FIRST PRINTING SOLD OUT IN 18 WEEKS! THE SECOND PRINTING INCLUDED A SOFT COVER VERSION printed to the same deluxe specifications with laminated cover & end flaps. The book surprises everyone who picks it up. They are shocked by the honesty & beauty of the over 130 color photographs. And, they praise the color printing & binding. Text includes preface by tattooist Shotsie Gorman, & an introduction by William DeMichele. "...even if the women weren't tattooed, the pictures would stand up...the faces all show emotion...none of that empty Playboy mannequin stuff."--Chris Pfouts, International Tattoo Art Magazine. "After perusing THE ILLUSTRATED WOMAN one could feel one's preconceptions about...tattooing take a dive into a mire of primordial goo...we are given photographs of bold clarity that bridges art & documentation."--Mark Mofett, Metroland Magazine. Contact: Proteus Press, P.O. Box 10124, Albany, NY 12201. Tel. 518-436-4927.… (mere)
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Beautiful photographs illustrate the art that can be tattoo (yes, can be -- there's a lot of awful tattoos in the world -- this book shows outstanding art). ( )
  Naberius | Feb 27, 2009 |
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This 11" X 13" book is a unique collection of tattooed women. Photographer Bill DeMichele traveled the U.S. & Europe for five years, photographing women of all ages who fit no stereotype but share a passion for individuality & a commitment to self expression. In the tattoo community this book is a collectors item. THE FIRST PRINTING SOLD OUT IN 18 WEEKS! THE SECOND PRINTING INCLUDED A SOFT COVER VERSION printed to the same deluxe specifications with laminated cover & end flaps. The book surprises everyone who picks it up. They are shocked by the honesty & beauty of the over 130 color photographs. And, they praise the color printing & binding. Text includes preface by tattooist Shotsie Gorman, & an introduction by William DeMichele. "...even if the women weren't tattooed, the pictures would stand up...the faces all show emotion...none of that empty Playboy mannequin stuff."--Chris Pfouts, International Tattoo Art Magazine. "After perusing THE ILLUSTRATED WOMAN one could feel one's preconceptions about...tattooing take a dive into a mire of primordial goo...we are given photographs of bold clarity that bridges art & documentation."--Mark Mofett, Metroland Magazine. Contact: Proteus Press, P.O. Box 10124, Albany, NY 12201. Tel. 518-436-4927.

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