An Unreliable History of Tattoos

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Paul Thomas

A gonzo view of tattoos through the ages: mostly British, frequently profane, replete with extravagantly inked caricatures. As if the title weren’t warning enough, early “facts”—“Maternity units report babies being born with tattoos to heavily inked parents”—will clue readers in that the accuracy bar has been set about as low as it will go. Loosely based on fact, cartoonist/satirist Paul Thomas delves into the history of the tattoo whilst concocting a healthy amount of hilarious fiction along the way. 

Published in 2016 by Nobrow
7 ¾  x  7, Hardcover
Color, 96 pages