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Colouring book celebrates the art of the tattoo

tattoo colouring book

Celebrate the art of tattoos with this colouring book

Tattoos are one of the most creative art forms out there, with plenty of inspiring tattoo art designs (opens in new tab) providing inspiration across graphic design, typography and character design. Top designers are also partial to an inking, with many revealing their tattoo designs (opens in new tab) on a regular basis.

This tattoo colouring book (opens in new tab) aims to celebrate tattoos as an art form. Collated and designed by British illustrator Oliver Munden (opens in new tab), he currently works as a senior designer at ILoveDust. Taking influence from nature's creatures, tattoo design, psychedelia and '80s skate graphics, this colouring book is a perfect culmination of his passions.

The tattoo designs - all specially drawn for the book - range from traditional motifs - hearts, sailors, girls, skulls, roses - to more elaborate compositions with a contemporary edge, each a unique piece waiting to be inked by you.

tattoo colouring book

tattoo colouring book

tattoo colouring book

tattoo colouring book

tattoo colouring book

tattoo colouring book

Purchase the Tattoo Colouring Book on Laurence King (opens in new tab).

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