Old school (tattoo)
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Famous artists are:
- Norman Keith Collins, also known as Sailor Jerry, (1911–1973) is one of the most well known traditional tattoo artists.
- Herbert Hoffmann (1919–2010), began tattooing in Germany during the 1930s. Together with fellow artists Karlmann Richter and Albert Cornelissen he was featured in the 2004 film Blue Skin (German: Flammend' Herz).
- Amund Dietzel (1890–1974), Norwegian-born artist who began his career as a sailor, before settling in the United States. Known as the "Master in Milwaukee".
- Bert Grimm (1900–1985), a Chicago-, the St Louis-based artist who moved to Long Beach, California to set up a shop at the Nu-Pike. His parlour was said to be the oldest continually running in the continental US and the place for sailors to get inked. Sold the shop to Bob Shaw in 1970.
- Bob Shaw (1926–1993), American artist who learned tattooing from Bert Grimm in St Louis. Later worked with Grimm and became the president of the National Tattoo Association from 1983-1988.
Common old school tattoo motifs
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Examples of popular old school tattoo designs include:
- Native American tattoos
- Pin-up tattoos
- Mermaid tattoos
- Swallow and sparrow tattoos
- Heart tattoos
- Anchor tattoos
- Eagle tattoos
- Navy and other armed forces symbols
- Dagger tattoos
- Rose tattoos
- Традиционная татуировка Вконтакте, Traditional Tattoo group on VK.com
- A Short, Incomplete History of American Traditional Tattooing
- C.W. Eldridge's Tattoo Archive
- Old School tattoo gallery on BME zine
- old school tattoo information in hebrew
- Traditional American Tattoo group on Flickr
- Swallows&Daggers-Traditional American Tattoo Blog
- Old school and traditional tattoo ideas