Biomech Encyclopedia - tattoo, painting, sculpting, digital & film
2 volumes plus slipcase, 672 pages total, 10x13”, hardcover, $200
So the big moment is here! The Biomech Encyclopedia has been in production for over eight years and involves the artwork and efforts of nearly 150 artists. It’s a hard book to classify or describe; it contains a bit of history, a lot of instruction, quite a lot of inspiration and countless visually rich images in all media. Topping off at two volumes of 336 pages each, the Biomech Encyclopedia is part high-quality coffee table art book and part high-powered educational material with writing by dozens of artists from the tattoo, painting, sculpting, digital and filmmaking fields. Includes in-depth interviews, step-by-step instructional features and exhaustively researched biographical material. The top goal of The Biomech Encyclopedia is to help empower creative people to find and develop their own unique voices in the world of abstract art, and almost every bit of material between its covers is presented in a way that serves that purpose.
By Guy Aitchison, featuring collaborative work by dozens of tattooists including: Nick Baxter, Dan Hazelton, Marco Velazquez, Aaron Cain, Mike Cole, Don McDonald, Jeff Croci, Ty McEwen, Adrian Dominic, Markus Lenhard, Leo Lavatori, Brad Bako, Chris Walkin, Evan Griffiths and many more!