Tokyo Tattoo 1970-Martha Cooper
-Dokument Press, 2011
In 1970 Martha Cooper travelled to Tokyo, having already began to capture the New York graffiti scene she would become renowned for she found an alternative equally compelling focus in the Japanese tattoo scene. Within Japanese culture tattoos were and are still considered to signify a connection with the Yakuza. Whilst there Cooper captured the the work of traditional Japanese tattooist Horibun I and the distinguished few who chose to adorn there bodies with the art form. Like all of Coopers work this book is a revelation of an specific time and true masters at work.
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