"Between 1940 and 1973, Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins became known as the greatest practitioner of classic American tattooing. His masterful designs, featuring ships and beautiful girls, eagles, hearts, roses, and other now-familiar motifs, were widely imitated but rarely matched for boldness, elegance, and clarity. This generously-sized book is indispensable for any tattoo shop, tattoo fan, or person interested in a great American art tradition."
64 pages, 11″ x 14″ softbound
Hardy Marks Publications, Spring 2014 Reprint
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