If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at drawing tattoos but could never find anyone foolish enough to let you experiment on them, the Tattoo Sketchbook offers up the opportunity to test your artistic skills without using actual skin as your canvas, but still allowing you to see what your artwork would look like on the human body.
The sketchbook has 100 pages filled with photos of naked skin for you to unleash your inner Picasso on, but keep in mind that none of the photos are of what might be considered the more intimate areas of the body, so you’ll have to get those jollies somewhere else. However, this book has you covered if art is only the passion you’re looking to fulfill.
Draw and color to your heart’s content, and then prepare to be offered jobs on actual skin after everyone sees your talent on the page.
No plans to become the next Kat Von D? It can still be loads of fun to draw on body parts… unless you’re my sister who still has nasty flashbacks concerning my artistic aspirations and a permanent marker.
- Material: Thick, high-quality matte paper.
- Dimensions: 13 x 18.5 x 0.8 cm / 5.1 x 7.3 x 0.3 inches.
You can get the Tattoo Sketchbook for $16.71 / 12,85€ / £10.28 at Curiosite.