Author : Tattoo Johnny
Genre : Art
Publisher :
ISBN : 1402768508
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A collection of themed designs for tattoos.

Author : Jeanne Nagle
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN : 9781448846238
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Looks at some of the cultural, aesthetic, expressive, and religious motivations that people have for getting tattoos and body art.

Author : John F. Grabowski
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
Publisher : Greenhaven Publishing LLC
ISBN : 9781420506990
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File Download : 104 page

With an acting career spanning thirty years, Johnny Depp has appeared in a diverse range of television and film roles. Depp has won a Golden Globe, fourteen People's Choice Awards, and a Screen Actors Guild Award, among others. This arresting book provides a compelling biography of Johnny Depp. Chapters cover his reluctant embrace of stardom, his search for direction during childhood, his experience being a teen idol, his breaking out into challenging acting roles, and raising a family.

Author : Nigel Goodall
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Kings Road Publishing
ISBN : 9781843582953
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Nigel Goodall has written more than a dozen books, including the best-selling Winona Ryder (Blake, 1998), nominated for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction in 1999. He was a production associate for Channel 4's The Real Winona Ryder. His other books include Elton John: A Visual Documentary, an illustrated Rolling Stones book and the bestseller Kylie Naked: A Biography (Ebury,2002, with Jenny Stanley-Clarke). He writes for magazines and contributes to various album, video and television projects. Nigel is divorced with two children.

Author : Erik Siuda
Genre : Art
Publisher : Courier Corporation
ISBN : 9780486493268
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More than 30 original designs by a noted tattoo artist who appeared on season five of the Spike TV show Ink Master® offer edgy, imaginative renditions of flowers, dragons, skulls, hearts, wild animals, angels, and other creatures of fantasy and nature.

Author : Johnny Karp
Genre : Art
Publisher :
ISBN : 1926917006
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With over 300 high quality skull tattoo designs, this book is probably the largest collection of skull tattoos you will ever find. Whether you've decided you want a new skull tattoo and are looking for ideas, or you're just a skull tattoo lover and want to see some great designs, this book won't disappoint. With so many skull designs to choose from, this book is suitable for anyone looking for skull tattoos. From tribal skull designs to butterfly skulls, from flaming skulls to dragon and cartoon skulls and many other skull tattoo designs, this book has everything to make any tattoo lover happy. If you're looking for skull tattoos, look no more - you've discovered the best skull tattoo resource you'll ever find.

Author : Steve Colburne, Malibu Publishing
Genre : Reference
Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN : 9781300707042
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There are nearly as many reasons for getting a tattoo as there are people who have them. Contents include: The History of Tattoos What Is Going On Today With Tattoos How do Tattoo Artists Make Tattoos? Temporary Tattoos Tattoos Vs. Other Body Art The Costs of Tattoos Not Just for Bikers Anymore The Meanings of Flower Tattoos Popular Tattoo Designs What Are Tattoo Cover Ups Who Is Most Likely To Get Tattoos? Getting Tongue Tattoos Variations In Tattoos Choosing a Good Tattoo Parlor Celebrities and Their Tattoos Application Techniques of Tattoos Are Tattoos an Addiction? Qualities of a Good Tattoo Artist Questions to Ask Your Tattoo Artist Psychology Related to Tattoos Picking Your Perfect Tattoo Design Why Men Like Tribal Tattoos Innovative Tribal Designs Men and Women Tattoo Design Ideas Women Foot Tattoo Designs Why Women Like Ankle Tattoos Women and Lower Back Tattoos Minimizing the Pain of Tattoos How to Care for a New Tattoo Tattoo Removal

Author :
Genre : Tattooing
Publisher : TattooFinder.com
ISBN : 9781435105959
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Author : Larry Gerber
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN : 9781448846252
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Introduces information about getting a tattoo, including choosing a tattoo, choosing where to place it, care and safety concerns, and how to remove a tattoo.

Author : Laura Lee Smith
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Grove Press
ISBN : 9780802189318
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File Download : 448 page

“A thought-provoking multinational tale . . . [that] will challenge your crime solving skills and teach you lots about the Scottish Highlands.” —The St. Augustine Record From a writer who’s been praised for her “intelligence, heart, wit” (Richard Russo, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Empire Falls), The Ice House follows the beleaguered MacKinnons as they weather the possible loss of the family business, a serious medical diagnosis, and the slings and arrows of familial discord. Johnny MacKinnon might be on the verge of losing it all. The ice factory he married into, which he’s run for decades, is facing devastating OSHA fines following a mysterious accident and may have to close. The only hope for Johnny’s livelihood is that someone in the community saw something, but no one seems to be coming forward. He hasn’t spoken to his son Corran back in Scotland since Corran’s heroin addiction finally drove Johnny to the breaking point. And now, after a collapse on the factory floor, it appears Johnny may have a brain tumor. Johnny’s been ordered to take it easy, but in some ways, he thinks, what’s left to lose? This may be his last chance to bridge the gap with Corran—and to have any sort of relationship with the baby granddaughter he’s never met. “Smith weaves their stories expertly, moving from Jacksonville to Scotland and back, from another disaster to a laugh-out-loud moment. Her tenderness toward her characters and subtle understanding of class differences in American society are reminiscent of such novelists as Richard Russo and Jennifer Egan, but this heartbreaking, heartwarming novel is an original.”—Tampa Bay Times “A beautiful character-driven novel.”—Indie Picks Magazine