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Popular tattoo styles
Geometric Tattoo
This style features clean lines, shapes, and patterns, creating a sense of symmetry and order. Geometric tattoos can incorporate abstract designs, mandalas, or even animal and nature motifs.
Dotwork Tattoos
Utilizing tiny dots to create intricate designs, dotwork tattoos offer a distinct, detailed aesthetic. They often include mandalas, sacred geometry, and stippled shading.
Realism Tattoo
As the name suggests, realism tattoos depict subjects with striking accuracy, capturing life-like details and shading to create stunning, photographic-quality images.
Inspired by Mexican-American street culture, Chicano tattoos often feature religious iconography, elaborate script lettering, and portraits, with a predominantly black and grey color palette.
This bold style features solid black ink and high contrast, often incorporating tribal or geometric designs. Blackwork tattoos can also include negative space elements for a striking visual impact.
Trash Polka
Combining abstract splashes of color with black and grey realism, Trash Polka tattoos offer a chaotic, collage-like appearance, blending various elements for a unique, avant-garde look.
Ornamental Tattoo
With a focus on decorative patterns and intricate details, ornamental tattoos incorporate elements like filigree, lace, and paisley designs, often with a touch of elegance and sophistication.
Mimicking the fluidity and vibrancy of watercolor paintings, these tattoos feature soft color transitions, splashes, and drips, creating a whimsical and artistic aesthetic.
Building on the foundation of traditional tattooing, Neo-Traditional tattoos combine bold lines and vibrant colors with modern design elements and themes, resulting in a fresh, contemporary take on a classic style.
With roots in indigenous cultures, tribal tattoos typically showcase bold, black patterns and designs, often incorporating elements like animals, nature, and spiritual symbolism.
Known for its delicate and precise linework, fineline tattoos feature intricate, detailed designs, often incorporating script, small symbols, and minimalistic imagery.
New School
Characterized by exaggerated proportions, bright colors, and cartoon-like designs, New School tattoos draw inspiration from graffiti and street art, offering a playful and bold aesthetic.
Illustrative Tattoos
Blending elements of realism and traditional tattooing, illustrative tattoos feature a sketch-like quality, often incorporating linework, shading, and pops of color to create a dynamic and artistic appearance.
Surrealism Tattoos
Inspired by the Surrealist art movement, these tattoos showcase dreamlike, fantastical imagery, often blending unexpected elements and thought-provoking themes.
Biomechanical Tattoos
Drawing inspiration from the fusion of organic and mechanical elements, biomechanical tattoos often depict machinery, gears, and robotic components intertwined with human or animal anatomy for a striking, futuristic look.