Paso a Paso para realizar un tatuaje Realista

Seminario Completo de Andrea Afferni


Como es costumbre en Global Tattoo Magazine, cada edición nos superamos y esta no iba a ser menos. 


Esta edición incluye:


¡Notas de mucho interés!


✔️ Ideas para Tatuarte, busca en nuestra galería fotográfica de grandes artistas.

 ️ Diseños exclusivos de los tatuadores mas renombrados del mundo.

✔️ Seminario de realismo Completo por Andrea Afferni

✔️ Los tatuajes y el envejecimiento: ser un abuelo con estilo

✔️ 3 razones por las que no debes beber ni drogarte antes de tatuarte

✔️ Blackout-Tattoos, ¿si o no?

✔️ Conoce las razones, por las que se te puede infectar, tu nuevo tatuaje

✔️ El tatuaje se pinta con un tono oscuro en el futuro.

✔️ Conoce los errores más frecuentes al tatuarte en otros idiomas

✔️ No Te Arrepientas

✔️ La Superstición en el Mundo del Tatuaje

✔️ 5 Ideas de Tatuajes en Honor a los Hijos

✔️ Todo lo que debes saber antes de tatuarte un retrato

✔️ Descubre las formas más comunes de cubrir o eliminar un tatuaje

✔️ ¿Qué tan pequeño puede ser mi tatuaje? 

✔️ Tatuarse durante el embarazo ¿si o no?

✔️ “El Pecado de Cada Generación” 



Entrevistamos a 


🔝 Benjamin Laukis

🔝 Cristian Casas

🔝 Julian Siebert

🔝 Igor Mitrenga-AKA Im Tattoo


Modelos Muy Guapas


🔥 Jennifer Hinrichsen

🔥 Julia Jasmin Rühle aka JJ


Y Mucho Mas…


118 paginas muy especiales


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Welcome to the special edition


The book of Global Tattoo

Global Tattoo Magazine

Here is a preview of what you will find inside our magazine, the most special to date.

By Joe Capobianco 

Extremely Special Edition .

Why Joe Capobianco?

Well, where to start? I consider him a great artist and a great person. For me in particular (like many others) he was a reference when I started in the industry. He was one of the first, if not the first, to call my attention to his work. He impacted me so much that I had a design made by a friend in Argentina. For this reason, I wanted it to be the first of these extremely special editions. Here is a preview of our conversations.

This is how the conversation of this beautiful interview began:

What should NOT have a tattoo magazine?

I think it’s very important for tattoo magazines to look for new talent and styles. I don’t think that social media should dictate all that we see. Therefore just increasing the popularity of an already “Hot”/“Trendy” tattoo artist or style.
I’d like to see the magazines become what they once were. The printed historical record of our trade. Not the algorithm-driven shit that social media shoved down our throats.

What should a tattoo magazine talk about?

I think a bit of tattoo history is very important. Especially in a day and age when most tattooers don’t ever do any research of their own. If I hear one more person (many of which are experienced trendy tattooers) say that they think Ed Hardy was only a T-shirt designer. Having no idea of his past in our trade. I’m gonna puke.
I can’t say that I know all about the past of this trade personally. But I know a bunch, & I’m always interested in learning more.
I also think that talking about some of the politics of saying Healthy, and Safety procedures, medical supply companies, and of course a hot topic that effects are all. The safety and manufacturing of our tattoo pigments. And how the government is stepping in to greatly affect our trade (not for the better I fear).

To read and watch the full interview, you must buy the magazine, below you will find the link. Thank you.



A small preview of the 308 pages

An artistic level worth seeing! 👀

An edition worth having!

Many Special Stuff

Only on sale for a few days


An edition as special as what we are living. An edition made by and for artists. An edition for all ink fans. An edition up to the top of the art. A historical edition for us. Today more than ever we need the unity of all of us who are part of this great industry. Long live the tattoo!

Set of 3 prints

1 set of 3 prints


Don`t choose, we send you the 3 ;).

Poker Cards

Artful Poke


Exclusive design by the great artist Joe Capobianco


A4 size, 300 gram paper, printed in Spain