We are proud to announce the new and revised edition of the classic New York City Tattoo book is now available in the Hardy Marks online store!
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We are pleased to announce that Hardy Marks will be releasing a newly revised edition of the classic New York City Tattoo book by Michael McCabe, which has been out of print since its original 1997 press run had sold out. This new edition has been expanded to 144 pages, and includes a revised forward by Michael McCabe, as well as new images and added text about where the various tattooers in the book are now.
Coming August of 2013 at the price of $30, same as the book was when originally published.
The New York Times has a review of the Huntington Beach Art Center’s “Kustom Kulture II” show, which runs July 13-August 31st. Ed Hardy has works displayed at the show along with pieces by artists that have influenced much of the art world with it’s rock and surf roots.
The NYT article can be read here.
“The Beast Within”
Images of Animals in Tattoo and Contemporary Art
July 12-August 31, 2013
Tory Folliard Gallery
233 N. Milwaukee St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Curated by Fred Stonehouse–This exhibition will bring together the work of a diverse group of artists, linked primarily by the fact (other than the common subject matter) that I know them all. Large scale pieces from the renowned tattooer Don Ed Hardy, the exquisite hand-colored etchings of Briony Morrow Cribbs, the boldly graphic paintings of New York tattooist Bert Krak and the Japanese inflected works of Milwaukee’s own Jon Reiter will all be part of the mix.
Featured Artists: Stephen Warde Anderson, Julio Avila, Steve Boltz, Nick Bubash, Nick Colella, Mario Desa, Thomas Ferrella, Tony Fitzpatrick, Ben Grant, Ellen Greene, Don Ed Hardy, Ryan Heshka, Laurie Hogin, Josh Howard, Teresa James, Jeremy Kirk, Bert Krak, Dr. Lakra, Flora Langlois, Robert Lostutter, Greg Luckeroth, Nancy Mladenoff, Briony Morrow-Cribbs, Charles Munch, Josh Nemec, Michael Noland, A.J. Nordhagen, Eli Quinters, Bret Rees, Jon Reiter, Dan Santoro, Elizabeth Shreve, Brook Slane, Patrick Smyczek, Fred Stonehouse, James Tomasello, Tom Uttech, John Wilde, Peter Zokosky
The Lab NYC’s Arthur Kade got a chance to meet with artist and designer Ed Hardy to discuss his amazing journey to commercial success and his book “Wear Your Dreams”.