Ancient As Time: Acetates From the Collection of Lyle Tuttle
This volume contains hundreds of designs from the early days of electric tattooing through the 1970's, featuring many, rare and never before seen designs from tattooing’s past.
Proudly printed and bound in the USA with a durable, screen printed leatherette cover
(50) 8.5x11 pages on a premium quality high-gloss 100lb paper
Lay-flat book perfect for copying and tracing
Hand-picked acetate designs from the collection of Lyle Tuttle
Forward from Lyle Tuttle
Limited edition printing
Bob Shaw Book - Private Collection
Over 150 Shaw designs from a private collection
120 page count
6" x 9" Landscape view
Coated cardstock cover
Chicago Tattoo Supply House
Presented in this book are objects Nick Ackman has collected that came from the Chicago tattoo supply house. Made in the 1930s and 1940s they allow us to look into the past – at what tattooing was like this period. Self-billed as the “World’s largest manufacturers of tattooing supplies” for all purposes, CTSH promoted products in an array of eye-catching flyers and attractive catalogs filled with photos and illustrations, useful information, and numerous design sheets. CTSH supplied tattooers with quality products for nearly two decades.
5 ¼ x 8 ¼ full color, soft cover, 150 pages with an introduction by the book’s creator, tattooer Nick Ackman.
Designed by Percy Waters
The tattoo flash and other items presented in this book come from Nick Ackman's personal collection of Percy Waters memorabilia that was put together from various sources. The designs were originally printed in the 1920s during the early years of Waters’ supply business while he was in Detroit. Nearly 100 years have passed since these designs were first printed for tattooers to use. Now they are being brought to you in this book,Designed by Percy Waters.
7 x 5 full color, soft cover, 240 pages featuring a brief introduction from Nick Ackman.
Electric Tattooing, Experienced Work: Fred Marquand
Fred Marquand’s life is one of the most authentic representations of an American folk artist during the 1900s. The art displayed in this book represents some of the beautiful creations he left behind for the world to admire.
6 x 8 full color, soft cover, 270 pages with a biography on Marquand written by the book’s creator, tattooer Nick Ackman.
Eleven Fourteen - Flash Book Vol3
Scorpion Front Publishing proudly presents the third volume of the Eleven Fourteen Book series; Eleven Fourteen Volume III: Japanese Edition.
Eleven Fourteen, the title itself; a nod to the traditional Americana flash sheet size, established itself as a benchmark for tattoo flash collections with two solid volumes of high quality, usable traditional tattoo flash. Continuing this standard with the third edition, Eleven Fourteen ventures East, focusing on art and artists of the Japanese tattoo tradition. Scorpion Front collaborated with Josh Carter and Taki Kitamura to curate this new volume. The result is an astounding array of beautiful art by artists from all over the world who work in the Japanese style. A "must have" for tattoo and art aficionados, this book is for artists and collectors alike, usable for direct tattoo use, inspiration, and appreciation.
140lb Uncoated Paper
Hardcover, Case Bound
Over 180 contributing artists
11" × 14"
Edition of 1,000
Fellowship Adjustable Tattoo Artist Chair 9973
Stay supported and comfortable to tattoo and pierce at your A-game with Fellowship Adjustable Tattoo Artist Chairs. Back pain, fatigue, and cramping are just a few headaches that result from tattooing and piercing all day. With these fully adjustable chairs, you can stay relaxed while focusing on your artistic vision.
Adjustable features on these chairs include several multi-angular configurations for optimal comfort. Take advantage of height adjustments, reclining capabilities, and a seat tilting range, allowing for fully customizable seating. Aside from being adjustable to your liking, these artist chairs are easy to roll around your studio.
All Fellowship chairs are upholstered in easy-to-clean sleek vinyl. They are made with a high-density sponge for resilience and additional comfort. Get to tattooing and piercing with style, focus, and comfort today.
Artist Chair 9973: Fellowship Adjustable Tattoo Artist Chair 9973 utilizes an SGS-certified gas spring with an easy-to-control handle for height and recline adjustments. The tall split backing on this artist chair is particularly unique, providing ergonomic, adjustable support for a variety of postures. The chair is also well suited for clients receiving lower back tattoos.
Chair Model 9973; molded seat and tall-split back
SGS-certified gas spring
Net Weight: 30lb
Capacity up to 150kg
Height adjustment range from 18” up to 24”
Reclines from 85° to 115°
Seat tilt range from 3° to 6°
Easy-to-clean black PVC vinyl upholstery; water- and oil-proof
High-density sponge composition for strong resilience
Equipped with floor wheels; strong PU casters
Sturdy aluminum base; bright polish finish
Can be used for clients receiving lower back tattoos
Offer your clients comfort and limb support with the Fellowship Tattoo Pillow. This supportive pillow can be used for your clients’ head, back, feet, or legs, keeping them more comfortable during sessions and helping them sit for longer procedures. The pillow is upholstered in sleek black PU leather for a stylish look in your shop; the PU leather is easily wipeable, so the pillow is super easy to clean and keep sanitary. The zippered back on this pillow allows you to remove the PU leather cover and replace it with another. This pillow also features the Fellowship logo and X icon on its face.
Dimensions: 18” x 9”
Upholstered in wipeable PU (polyurethane) black leather; easy to clean
Silk floss stuffing for support and comfort
Optimal support for client satisfaction / longer sitting sessions
Zippered back allows you to remove cover
Features the Fellowship logo on its face
Manufactured by Fellowship Tattoo Supply
Fellowship Tattoo Workstation 4701
Nothing distracts from your artistic vision like clutter and disorganization; so keep things organized, comprehensive, and ready-to-go with this complete Tattoo Workstation by Fellowship.
The 4701 Workstation features an electric socket and USB ports for easy connectivity. With a hidden plug at the back and pegs to hold wires, keeping trailing wires and cables out-of-sight and out-of-mind. It also has a holder for your stainless steel medical trays, which can be height adjusted and rotated 360 degrees. Utilize ample storage space with lockable drawers and a handy space for holding your gloves.
Easily maneuver the Fellowship Workstation 4701 around your studio with its reliable, universal roller wheels; two wheels are lockable. Plus, its durable stainless steel precision-cut surface gives it a sleek, polished look that will up the modernized look of any shop or studio.
With ample storage space, full adjustability, and no-distractions attachments, it’s time to do away with common setup issues and focus on your creativity. Get organized today!
Please Note: This item cannot be shipped with standard carriers (FedEx, UPS, USPS, DHL etc) and will ship via freight carrier for a flat-fee of $150.
Workstation Model 4701
Net Weight: 184lb
Sturdy iron construction with high quality stainless steel accessories
Equipped with four lockable drawers for storage
Two additional drawers on right and left side of station
Polished stainless steel panel top
Equipped with electric sockets and USB port + sunken plug behind the table
Equipped with 4 universal wheels; two are lockable
Features pegs behind the table for holding and organizing electric wires
Features pegs on both sides of station for hanging equipment
Comes with additional space for holding tattoo gloves
Comes with 360° rotational holder for steel medical trays; height adjustable
Whether you’re working in a well-lit studio or your setup is in a darker area of the shop, customizable illumination is important for focus and creativity. This LED lamp by Fellowship can be attached to any of the lamp holders on the Fellowship Tattoo Workstations. When attached, you can rotate this lamp 360° and adjust the height to your liking, so you can direct your light where you need it most.
Net Weight: 3lb
12 watt LED lighting
Can be attached to lamp holders on Fellowship Tattoo Workstations
This book contains a collection of tattoo flash painted in 1934-1935 by tattooer Harry Allen Warren of Los Angeles California. His painting style is very similar to other Los Angeles Area tattooers of the time like Owen Jensen and Harry Lawson. Warren was mostly based in California but also traveled the west coast working with circus and carnival shows. The classic tattoo images presented in this book represent an era of Americana that is a time passed.
8 ¼ x 5 ¼ full color, soft cover, 110 pages with an introduction by the book's creator, tattooer Nick Ackman.
In Memory Of: The Story of W.R. King
Wilbur Raymond King was born in New Albany Indiana in 1894. King began tattooing in 1912 after attending the Indiana school for the Deaf. He tattooed on America’s carnival/circus circuit before settling down in central Kentucky and finding a home with his wife Fannie in the early 40’s. Despite King’s hearing impairment, he made a living for himself as a tradesman, farmer, tattoo artist and sign painter up until his death in 1969.
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80-12" x 8" offset printed pages on a premium quality matte 100lb paper with flexible lay-flat stitch binding with a embossed fabric cover.
Over 40 sheets containing hundreds of King’s beautifully executed tattoo flash designs.
A full biography, family photos of Wilbur, photos of Wilbur’s machines.
Photos of Wilbur's tattoos.
Lost at Sea - Flash Book
Lost At Sea is a nautical-themed tattoo flash collection featuring over 200 of the greatest tattooers alive. The living legends showcase the best marine and ocean related tattoo references money can buy. Compiled by Nick Caruso and Eric Perfect with a forward by Henk Schiffmacher, this large, beautifully printed hardcover book is guaranteed to be an instant classic and a collector's item for future generations. Coming early Spring 2015.
Over 100 pages
Double reinforced Case binding
11" x 14"
Over 200 World Famous Artists
Edition of 1000
Lost At Sea-
First of all, I’d like to express my utmost respect to the makers of this book: my dear friends Mister Nick Caruso and the Rabbi Eric Perfect. It is an honor for me to put together a preface for this publication. This book is the result of a never-ending "tattoo fever,” and both of the aforementioned well-respected S.O.B.'s suffer from it. Putting over 200 artists to work requires extremely hard and painstaking organization. We’re all bound by ink, but that’s it. We live completely different lives, in different styles and cultures. We’re rough and tough, hard as steel, soft and pink, nice and romantic, fairies and sons of bitches, black or white, gay and straight, poor and extremely talented. But all of us are tattooed, and all of us are dedicated to the art—the mother of all art, as ancient as time and as modern as tomorrow. Enough of the wanking about how great we are. Lost At Sea is the title that has bound all of this artwork together. The book is dedicated to one of our most loyal customers: the sailor, merchant or navy midshipman. A tradition which finds its offspring in the pilgrim of tattoos, the proof of a forfeited far journey. The holy land: Santiago de Compostella, Loreto. The men of the Bounty were tattooed in Tahiti, prevailed by a careful and accurate description of Captain Bleigh. Dutch fishermen wore golden earrings or a canvas-covered gold button to make sure they would get a Christian funeral, and a tattoo to identify them if their drowned corpses washed ashore. When 80% of the Harold Free Enterprise shipwrecked in front of the Belgian coast shortly after the first Amsterdam convention, they were identified by their tattoos. This book contains a large choice of designs you are going to need in case you get “lost at sea,” and in case you don’t—drown yourself in it.
- Yours truly, Henk Schiffmacher
Mayo Stand - Double Post
Mayo Stand, California Style Base
Removable stainless steel tray (19" L x 12.75" W x 0.75" H)
2 ball bearing, rubber casters
1" chrome plated poles and base
Tip style position base
Knob height adjustment
Item includes base & tray
Base Dimensions: 21" W x 20" D
Height Range: 34" - 54"
Weight Capacity: 15 lbs.
Mayo Stand - Mobile Base
Secure height adjustments from 28" to 48". Mobile base includes locking casters. Base width 20". Removable stainless steel tray 12 1/2" x 18". 11 lb weight capacity.
Old Glory Book
Yellow Beak Press is excited to announce their latest book, Old Glory! This new release is a collection of Quincy Lee Cooper flash, line drawings, and acetate rubbings that were once owned by Cooper that feature designs from legendary tattooers such as Jack Orr, Bert Grimm, Tex Howard, Sailor Jack Wills, Cap Coleman, E.D. Horton, Percy Waters, and Colorado Nick Wisner. With over 1,200 designs included in this collection, it is a reference gold mine.
9" x 11.5"
Heavy Hardcover Format
176 Full-Color Pages
Ottlite 24 Watt Black Floor Lamp
Illuminate large work spaces with the powerful and versatile 24W Floor Lamp. Perfect next to your workstation or convention booth. This standing lamp features a wide shade, sturdy yet lightweight base, and an adjustable flex neck to position the wide area illumination where you need it. OttLite allows you to see details clearly and colors accurately, helping you do what you love, longer.
Royal Art Books has spent many hours retouching, enhancing and enlarging this extremely rare 1930's mail-order flash catalog from the tattoo supply legend, Percy Waters. The sheets in this book contain designs that have not been accessible to the every day tattooer due to the rarity of original Percy Waters production design sheets. These sheets have been enlarged to 16 times their original size and can now be easily re-worked for the purposes of tattooing. They are very excited to help bring these designs back into the language of Western-Americana and folk art through this book.
* please note that this book will be printed differently than first pressing.
Second Pressing (July 2017).
Proudly printed and bound in the USA with quality PUR binding
50-8 x 10 pages on a premium quality matte 100lb paper
Over 700 designs- more than enough for a whole career of traditional tattooing.
Full size reproduction catalog page included with every order