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Books in all shapes and sizes have been inspirations for tattoos for awhile, especially when it A simple design of books can create a great tattoo as well. like with the tolkien symbols. Harry Potter Tattoo. See more. 44 Adorable Tattoo Designs for Book Lovers - Sortra Piercings, Piercing Tattoo, Writing Tattoos. See more ideas about Literary tattoos, Tattoo quotes and Book tattoo. 40+ Amazing Book Tattoo Designs | TattooBlend Librarian Tattoo, Bookworm Tattoo, .


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A tattoo is a way of self-expression for a life-time. So why not choosing a design from your favorite book? Literature has been inspirational for tattoo lovers for. 40+ Amazing Book Tattoo Designs | TattooBlend. They say that between the pages of a book is a lovely place to be. We tend to agree, yet. 36 Stunning Book Tattoos That Are Surprisingly Badass. Read hard. Posted on January 28, , at p.m.. Isaac Fitzgerald. BuzzFeed Staff. Share On.

Another Fairy Tale Book with flying Colors. Another worth trying book tattoo design is the fairy tale book with the flying colors and birds all around.

Book with Flying Pages. This one is another great book tattoo design to try that shows the book with the flying pages and colors. You can add anything to this tattoo according to your needs and requirements. Library on the Back with Girl. If you are a book worm and want to get motivated all the time, then this piece of art is worth considering.

This tattoo depicts the library with the girl standing in front of the book shelf and picking a book to read.

You might heard of this amazing quote by George R. Martin and this quote indeed shows the importance of books.

This book umbrella.

This colorful stack of books. Another amazing book tattoo design on the list is the colorful stack of books, with the alphabets flying. The black and white Tree growing from Books. This tree growing from within the stack of books is another amazing worth trying book tattoo design for all the tattoo lovers out there.

Book pages becoming Birds Tattoo. Books make you immortal. The Flying colors out of book with Flowers. If you want something colorful and meaningful, then this tattoo coupled with the amazing colors and flowers is what you need to have. This tattoo is symbolizing the bitter truth of life — the Death.

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So, if you want to remain motivated and want to do something before your life ends, this tattoo is the inspiration. The Colored Book Tattoo with torn pages.

The colored book tattoo is worth trying as it incorporates the combination of colors along with the open book. The pages of the book are torn and are flying in the air. Gray-scaled Books with Tea Tattoo. A cup of tea is always considered to be the best combination for reading. If you also love to read while taking tea, then this tattoo is worth considering.

This colorful Art of book tattoo. Array of colors coming out of the real- time book tattoo is worth considering, if you are a literary kind of a person. The levitating letters. This naturalistic Book tattoo design.

If you are a nature lover as well as that of the books, then this naturalistic book tattoo design is worth giving a shot. Tea Time. A cup of tea lying on the stack of books is the one to try, if you are looking for something simple yet effective. Watercolor Work. The next tattoo on the list is the cat sleeping on the books. The tattoo is made with the beautiful play of water colors, to add creativity to it.

Water colored Stack of Books on Foot. If you are looking for a tattoo design for your foot, then this amazing water colored piece is made right for you.

The dot work book tattoo design. The dot work tattoos are always in the fashion. This dot work book tattoo design engraved on the arm would definitely add something to your personality. The colorful Stack of Books. Colors on the arm when combined with the books make a great tattoo design to try. The Sprouting Plants Tattoo. The Sprouting plants tattoo from the book is the one that needs a shot.

The Treasure of Words. Every perso9n has his story. If you want to tell your story to your world, this tattoo with the treasure of words combined with the open book is great to try. The Birds and Books. The birds and books when combined with the wonderful play of colors makes an enchanting tattoo design for all the tattoo lovers.

The diamond shaped Book Design. If you are looking for something geometric and colorful, this diamond shaped book design tattoo can work.

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The Celestial Work. This colorful Arm Piece. The books with the amazing art of colors is another worth considering option for the book tattoo design.

The behind the ear books. The colorful behind the ear books is an inspiration, if you are looking to have book tattoo engraved on your body. This week, Mendelsund who is the associate art director of Alfred A.

Both books provide insight into the designer's process and push us to reconsider what we think we know about the graphic representation of words and ideas. Amy Weiss-Meyer: Could you describe the process of how you come up with a cover for each book you design?

Peter Mendelsund: That's kind of an anomalous one in that there were so many other people involved in the approval process. There was a lot riding on the cover working.

I did a ton of different variations to get to what we landed on. That process is not really the way I normally work. Normally what happens is I get the manuscript pretty early on, often unedited, and I'll read it, and I'll mark it up. I used to think [before writing What We See When We Read] that I would read a book, and I would see something in it, I would imagine something, and then I would sit down and I would just render that something. But that is not the way that happens.

It's more that you're making something out of whole cloth. You're enacting the book in a certain way. I mark up the manuscript and I pull out pages that I think are particularly pregnant with significance.

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Sometimes it's just like a squiggle, just a very loose conceptual idea, and so I sketch the things by hand really roughly, and the reason is on the computer everything is so rendered. There's something about the looseness of pencil and paper that keeps you from getting too tight—I can work very conceptually that way. I've been charged with solving a problem and when I feel like I've solved it, then I show it. And then when I have something that I think does the job that it's supposed to be doing, I'll show it to the editor, and I'll show it to my boss, Sonny [Mehta], and we'll talk about it.

If there are things the cover's not accomplishing that it needs to accomplish, I'll go back to the drawing board and start again. I tend to show one cover at once.

At other houses, it's much more common to show a bunch of different versions. We don't do that at Knopf and I feel strongly that that's the way to go.

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AW: Do you think you have a particular knack for representing the feeling of a book based on your interpretation of it—are you able to take your personal experience of reading and translate it into something that's universally identifiable as signifying a certain idea? PM: I think the most import thing about being a cover designer is being a decent reader. If you haven't read a book well, [and] you just throw an image on it, chances are you're going to fail at representing it.

On the other hand, if you do use imagery that's broad enough, then you want something that'll serve as a universal emblem to the book rather than one particular reading of it.

How did you come to write the book if you hadn't already realized that "seeing" what we read is just a metaphor? PM: My ideas about reading and design were very similar to the ideas that most people have about what reading is—that it's this somewhat passive process in which you are seeing what the author intends you to see.

I think if I had ever really stopped to think about it, I would have thought, "Well that's absurd. How did you arrive at this cover?

Isn't it harder to objectively interpret the significant aspects of your own writing? When we read we don't see in the optical sense. Here, I'm charged with putting something on this jacket that is something that you look at that represents the book which is about the opposite of that.

So I tried about a bajillion things and they were all really bad.

That's when the keyhole thing sort of came to me. I'm still not sure if I like it or not but I don't think I would ever be happy with the cover of this book.

AW: Is there a cover you've designed that you regret, or would change in hindsight? PM: I try not to think about that because it's such a Pandora's Box. I would probably change all of them. There are very few of them that you wouldn't change. Luckily, I have so much work that I don't have the time to sit down and get too neurotic about it. But being the kind of person I am, I would probably keep tweaking [my covers] indefinitely.They are one of the newest trends out there, and a literary tattoo means having a truly unique tattoo.

The pages of the book are torn and are flying in the air. Growth The mind grows when you read, and I think that is what this tattoo means. Colorful Books Brighten up your tattoo with some amazing colors. Third Eye If you enjoy inspirational books, then you are sure to love this sort of tattoo design. That process is not really the way I normally work. This thing is rightly explained in the tattoo design above.

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