In fact, I would recommend the book to anyone who loves science and art.
Tattoos have gone from taboo expressions to the mark of a scientific tribe overnight thanks to Carl Zimmer's fantastic curation of submitted tattoo photographs.
Thisis a really cool book with lots of great images and stories behind them.
While there are some typos, the sections are amazing. It was exactly what I wanted to read, especially since I plan on getting some science ink myself! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carmen W.
This is a one of a kind collection of distinctively educated tattoos worn by people whose love of science shines through in every drop of ink. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fouch
My mistake, as I read the title as "Science Junk" instead of "Science Ink." My younger sister, who has tattoos likes it and it is now hers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael E.
Still currently reading it during my son's naptime, but I love it. It's a great read for tattooed science nerds such as myself, and does a nice job of explaining each piece.Published 2 months ago by devon jackson
the book arrived as promised in great shape. Because it is largely photos, the condition of the pages mattered, and they were pristine, like new, as advertised.Published 15 months ago by Mary Loftus
Great book. Lives on my coffee table.
Bought two and gave one to a "tatted" friend who is also a Micro biologist.
If you're searching for science Ink inspiration, use google. There is a lot of interesting (if very simplified) science background given to the examples shown in the book, and it... Read morePublished 17 months ago by CV
Zimmer does a great job of documenting the love of science and human body art by the community of people that are intimately involved with both!Published 19 months ago by Raj Kumar
This book is a great example of science being embraces in current culture. It's a wonderful mix of science and art.Published 20 months ago by Jenn