Hideo Kakimoto, aka Horihide, died 21st of April at the age of He was one of the most The words of Sensei Horihide still inspire me as well as many fellow tattooers. He will be missed so . Tattoo Life Store Books. Advertisement. In Horihide we celebrate the life and work of one of Japan’s most famous tattoo Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers. Horihide [Horihide] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This lavish limited edition brings together Horihide’s exceptional work produced over.
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Horihide: in memory of the Master
That was a difficult time: Subscribe to our newsletter and join our community. His style is recognizable from miles away and have inspired tattooers from all over the world.
My brother was a student at Nihon University and my younger brother was horibide little kid. I had contacts with 2nd Horigoro and 3rd Horigoro from Tsukishima, in Tokyo, when they came to Yokosoka for tattooing foreign people. Do you have any apprentices? Massimiliano Crez Freguja was born in in Nook Italy where he still resides.
Did you have any contacts with other tattooers horihife the beginning of your career? He also already passed away. I was influenced by 2nd Horiuno and 2nd Horigoro, but I learned by myself. All products purchased on the www. Because of that there were maybe 10 tattooists coming here.
Horihide: in memory of the Master | Tattoo Life
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. I feel so lucky I had the chance to meet him and get tattooed by him.
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If you wish to return your purchase, you have 15 days from the order reception date to return purchased products. I started to get interested in tattooing when I was 20 years old, after the war.
Only registered users can write gorihide. This exquisite volume celebrates sixty years of his career 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.
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Horihide – Japanese Traditional
I always used Hokusai and Kuniyoshi artworks as a source for study. What do you think about modern tattooing in Japan?
And my backpeace is an Omandala hirihide Buddhism prayer surrounded by a dragon by Yokohama Horigin. In his year career he has had an immense influence over western tattoo artists, and has tattooed over bodysuits back, arms, buttocks, and thighs.
We hprihide cookies to make your experience better. They all are independent now, but when they were around me they were apprentices. Who tattooed you and when? Have you got any preference on the subjects? Who are horihlde artists and the painters that influenced you the most? Why do you think your work have such a strong impact on other tattooers and customers? Did you get any contacts at that time with tattooers from overseas?
With a long-standing and revered tattoo culture, Japanese tattoos and traditional Japanese tattoo designs have become immensely popular in the West. To comply with the new e-Privacy directive, we need to ask for your consent to set the cookies.
His style takes inspiration from the traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e prints and most of his subjects are a re-interpretation of the prints adapted to the human body.
What is the strenght of your works? I was born on January 1st inin Tsurumaki Setagaya area, Tokyo as second son of Seitaro my father and Teru my mother. Tattoo Life Crew We keep a close eye on international developments and our many contributors the world over ensure we always have a fresh take on what is going on in the world of tattoo and everything that revolves around this art form.
The extraordinary expressive power of the work of Horihide, combined with a singular elegance, turned him into a master of Japanese tattoo. 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.
The tattooists that influenced me the most are 2nd Horiuno and 2nd Horigoro.
Tell us something regarding the environment where you grew up: Superb drawings by one of the most lauded tattoo artists in the US. But traditional Horimono have a very different taste from modern tattooing.