The bright colours and the multiplicity of tones in the same piece are the most striking characteristics of the style known as New Skool. This style is the result of the evolution of old school tattooing and the union of different urban styles with the graphic elements of modern design
The inclusion of this great amount of detail in tattooing has been favoured by technological advances in tattoo machines and of course by the inventiveness and creativity of great artists.
In our selection of material for the category Books, Magazines and DVDs we have included some interesting issues that reflect the best of this colourful art that has become a favourite of many.
Find here the flagship work of Joe Capobianco, What's Not Ta Like: The Art of Joe Capobianco where he shows us a great part of his work, it includes around 250 illustrations of the characteristic girls of this author.
Another important copy that can not be missing in a library of the New Skool is Subculture Frogs the pages contain the best and most varied of punk tattoo art, a classic of this subculture.
Those who prefer graphic themes can't miss the chance to have in their hands Surf, Skate & Rock Art of Jim Phillips a compendium of designs that have won awards and have been used on products such as T-shirts and others.
At In Tattoo Veritas we continue to integrate a variety of articles and diverse materials to satisfy the demands of our customers, who will find here everything they need to equip their tattoo studios.
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