When it comes to tattoos, the idea of “try before you buy” is nearly impossible since every mark made is now a permanent part of your skin. Suck UK has created a clever solution to this problem with their Tattoo Drawing Notebook. The journal features 100 thick, matte-finished pages, and each spread has a photo of a different body part, including arms, hands, back, belly, and more. If you’re worried about possible nudity, the company ensures that there are “no rude bits” included in the book.
The special publication affords both tattooists and enthusiasts the valuable opportunity to imagine their designs before they’re inked. Artists can transform their doodles into full-fledged tattoos and see how the same image will appear on different areas of the body. Similarly, those wanting a tattoo can be prepared for how it’ll look–or decide against getting their idea etched into skin.
The Tattoo Drawing Notebook is now available through Amazon.