HEILUNG jewelry

NORDIC TATTOO (book by Kai Uwe Faust)

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    "Nordic Tattoo" by Kai Uwe Faust.

    KAI UWE FAUST is famous master of tattoo and musician well known by vikings in Europe because of his brilliant hand made viking tattoos. Even more as frontman of experimental folk band Heilung.

    Hardcover book with 191 pages of Nordic inspired tattoos
    Book size: 304 x 216mm (12 x 8.5 inch).
    Weight: 1081g (38oz).
    Author: Kai-Uwe Faust.
    Original publication Date: 2013.
    3rd edition - July 2017.
    All text is printed in English, German and Danish.


    Check out our KAI UWE FAUST COLLECTION - jewellery designed specially for Viking Kristall by famous master of tattoo and musician. We are proud to present his viking jewellery!
    https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/VIKINGKRISTALL?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=28884187

    To learn more of Kai Uwe Faust and Heilung, visit:
    http://www.tattoo.dk
    https://heilung.bandcamp.com
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