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He was one of the most prolific and talented traditional tattoo artists in Japan. His style is recognizable from miles away and have inspired tattooers from all over the world. He was a strong person, very determinate and so professional. I feel so lucky I had the chance to meet him and get tattooed by him. The words of Sensei Horihide still inspire me as well as many fellow tattooers. He will be missed so much, but I hope that his example of dedication will keep inspiring not only this new generation of tattooers but also the future ones.

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Have you got any preference on the subjects? Horihide by Horihide Tattoo Life Store You developed a style that is recognizable from everyone else. Let the News come to you! Write Your Horibide Review. Who are the artists and the painters that influenced you the most? A master able to combine tradition and modernity in a synergy of rare aesthetic beauty. Recommended Products Check items to add to the horihkde or select all.

I think that if you keep drawing everyday, studying Kuniyoshi and Hokusai, little by little, you can develop your own style. Please Sign in or create an account. That was a difficult time: I like titles that are easy to recognize even for ordinary people, for example popular titles of Kabuki plays. His style is inspired by the Ukiyo-e and many of his pieces are new interpretations of traditional Japanese prints, always adapted to the shape of the body.

Massimiliano Crez Freguja was born in in Venice Italy where he still resides. Tattoo Artists Lyle Tuttle: Your ideas are a reference to a lot of tattooers worldwide: For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser.

In my opinion nowadays, horihid getting a few small tattoos, Japanese costumers are moving towards the Japanese tradition. I started tattooing around when I was I think the more we draw, the more we learn. The tattooists that influenced me the most are 2nd Horiuno and 2nd Horigoro. He was a strong person, very determinate and so professional. Only registered users can write reviews. I had a little contact with Pinky Yun, when he used to work in Yokosuka. I moved to Yokosuka when I was on primary school.

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. A tour-de-force of Japanese tattoo art by the world-renowned artist, Horihide. Horihide — Japanese Traditional This elegant volume comes in a limited edition of numbered copies and brings together the work of Hideo Kakimoto, better known as Horihide master of Japanese tattooan artist that continues to be a gorihide point for many contemporary tattooists.

What do you think about modern tattooing in Japan? With a long-standing and revered tattoo culture, Japanese tattoos and traditional Japanese tattoo designs have become immensely popular in the West. The extraordinary expressive power of the work of Horihide, combined with a singular elegance, turned him into a master of Japanese tattoo.

I was influenced by 2nd Horiuno and 2nd Horigoro, but I learned by myself. Did you have a master or did you learn by yourself? Where and when were you born? Tattoo Life uses cookies to help give you the best experience we can. Why do you think your work have such bokk strong impact on other tattooers and customers?

What did you get on you? From the pop art of Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara to the subcultures of manga and anime to tattoo art, Japan continues to boast a visual culture that is international in appeal yet uniquely Japanese. They both already died. Did you have any contacts with other tattooers at the beginning of your career? I always boo Hokusai and Kuniyoshi artworks as a source for study. But traditional Horimono have a very different taste from modern tattooing.

My father worked in the Imperial Household forestry agency at the time. And my backpeace is an Omandala a Buddhism prayer surrounded by a dragon by Yokohama Horigin. Let norihide News come to you!

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Vudole The words of Sensei Horihide still inspire me as well as many fellow tattooers. Please Sign in or create an account. I like titles that are easy to recognize even for ordinary people, for example popular titles of Kabuki plays. I study the works of the previous generation of tattoists and reproduce Hokusai and Kuniyoshi artworks. This exquisite obok celebrates sixty years of his booi as a tattoo artists and is a must have for anyone who loves the tattoo, culture, tradition and art of Japan as well as serving as an endless source of inspiration for tattoo professionals. What is the strenght of your works?

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Shakaktilar I was influenced by 2nd Horiuno and 2nd Horigoro, but I learned by myself. Superb drawings by one of the most lauded tattoo artists in the US. I had contacts with 2nd Horigoro and 3rd Horigoro from Tsukishima, in Tokyo, when they came to Yokosoka for tattooing foreign people. Did you get any contacts at that time with tattooers from overseas? Recommended Products Check items to add to the cart or select all.

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