You may recognize Noble’s name from previous articles we’ve written here and here. Though perhaps not a household name, Noble is well-known within the tattoo community for his unique approach to classic and traditional stylings.
“Persian princesses, African queens, seductive gypsies, high-fashion starlets, cowgirls and Indian maidens along with timeless tattoo classics fill the following pages for your tattooing, collecting, or viewing pleasure.” - Todd Noble, Look of Love Volume II
Proudly made in the USA from start to finish, the book was essentially created to be tattooed straight out of with ready-to-go corresponding line work added thoughtfully for perfect stencils.
The compilation of lady heads first goes through months of conceptualization and drafting. Noble’s process is a daily one, gathering, bookmarking, buying, and screen-shotting references.
“The power and emotion of having a woman’s head crafted indelibly for the wearer has always been a classic expression of tattoo art and culture.” - Grime, Look of Love Volume II
Bigger and better in its second volume, the Look of Love is a soon to be a staple in the libraries of artists and collectors alike.