Kiddy Flash documents Don Ed Hardy’s early obsession with tattooing from1955-1957. He and his sidekick Len Jones (whose father’s WW II tattoos inspired them) set up a realistic shop in Hardy’s home. They drew images on neighborhood kids and displayed a multitude of designs. Trips to the Long Beach Pike amusement park inspired them—primarily from Bert Grimm’s shop, the flashiest of the Pike’s six shops.
Published in 2018 by Hardy Marks Publications
15.25″ x 11.25”, Hardcover