If You Don't Belong, Don't Be Long
Adored by his patrons and admired by his peers, Scott Campbell is known not only for his amazing technique and vision as a tattoo artist, but also as a respected fine artist on the contemporary scene. Both Campbell's artwork and tattoo work are informed by timeless trends of "new antiquarian" style, nineteenth-century hand-lettering, kitsch, and classic tattoo "flash."
Campbell renders fleeting trends into timeless masterpieces not only on canvas and in sculpture, but also on skin. This book captures both, exemplifying how his tattoo work informs his artwork and vice versa.
About the Authors
Scott Campbell is a tattoo and fine artist living in Brooklyn and is also the founder of the now legendary studio Saved Tattoo. Al Moran is the co-founder of OHWOW, a gallery and publishing house that provides a platform for progressive art and features both emerging and established artists’ work. Justin Theroux is an actor, screenwriter, and director, and has starred in the films American Pscyho and David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, to name a few. Richard Price is an American novelist and screenwriter, best known for his books The Wanderers and Clockers.