This elegant volume comes in a limited edition of 1000 numbered copies and brings together the work of Hideo Kakimoto, better known as Horihide (master of Japanese tattoo), an artist that continues to be a reference point for many contemporary tattooists.

His style is inspired by the Ukiyo-e and many of his pieces are new interpretations of traditional Japanese prints, always adapted to the shape of the body.

The extraordinary expressive power of the work of Horihide, combined with a singular elegance, turned him into a master of Japanese tattoo.

This exquisite volume celebrates sixty years of his career as a tattoo artists and is a must have for anyone who loves the tattoo, culture, tradition and art of Japan as well as serving as an endless source of inspiration for tattoo professionals.

– 128 colour pages for lovers of the tattoo and iconography of Japan.

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