New York City Tattoo: Re-Release

When I think of the names and places that have helped shape how tattooing is today, I always think of New York. I bet most of you guys do, too. The whole state is still alive with rich tattoo history, that you can’t ever get bored of hearing about. Thankfully, one of the coolest books to document a lot of this history, specifically in New York City, has just been re-released.

New York City Tattoo: The Oral History of an Urban Art, by Michael McCabe, is once again available in its first re-release since its 1997 debut. The book is absolutely amazing, and it even has more in it than before! From Doug Hardy’s instagram:

Available again in a new, revised edition- New York City Tattoo: New Edition! First time reprinted since it’s 1997 debut, expanded to 144 pages with a revised author’s forward, more visuals, and added text about where the tattooed are today! STILL PRICED AT $30! Available in the USA at and worldwide at !

For the bargain price of $30, you can own your own copy of this fantastic book. Go and buy it- you won’t regret it!


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