Every so often a book comes out that reveals everything about a subculture that you never even knew existed. Very rarely, this book then goes on to become a phenomenon all of its own. First published in 2004, the Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopedia ($23) was one such phenomenon, going on to spawn a further 2 volumes and alerting fascinated readers across the globe to the hermetic and altogether extraordinary existence of criminal tattoos in Russia. This is a reprint of the original book, with drawings, texts and photographs which are part of a collection of 3,000 tattoos is total. Mind blowing.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest If you want tons of crazy photos, bad decisions, WTF moments, fan stories, some celebrities and the odd goat thrown in for good measure then this is the book for you. The premise of this book is simple; we are American and we will shop and when we do shop, especially on […]