ARTIST Prof Milton Zeis
EDITOR Nick Ackman
SIZE 7" x 5"
WEIGHT .9 lbs
CONTENT Vintage Line Drawings
Milton Zeis was a tattoo artist, owner of a tattoo supply company, commercial
artist, author, and clown. He traveled with the circus throughout his early
life (from the mid-1910s to the early 1930s) and learned a lot about tattooing.
His supply company, Zeis Studio, sold flash, pigments, machines, and other
supplies; Zeis was the first to offer colored flash. When it was first offered
in 1951, the Zeis School of Tattooing published "Tattooing the World Over," an
accredited home study course that included 20 lessons and cost $125. By this
time, the Zeis Studio had become world-famous, and Zeis had established himself
as one of the world's greatest tattooists. Zeis died of a heart attack while
performing as Uncle Milty the Clown in 1972, capping off a long and prosperous
career. You know this drawing book is going to be fantastic, the perfect
addition to your growing collection!