Geometric tattoos not only look amazing, but may also illustrate geometric sacred symbols with deeper hidden meanings. Geometric tattoo designs have existed since ancient times, and many of these symbols live on today. Read More
Sugar Skull Tattoos (Calavera) become very popular over the years even amongst those who are not Mexican, Catholic or even religious. You don’t have to be Catholic to appreciate the artistic value of the sugar skull tattoos.
Realistic Tattoos might deceive your own eyes the moment you stare at them. It might also look like they are moving and real, since the realistic tattoos actually have something to do with optical illusions. Read More
Girl Power Tattoos have a way of getting people talking. Feminists tattoos have developed over the years representing different viewpoints and aims. All feminist tattoos are empowering and super powerful. Read More
Etching Tattoo style (Linework) has a lot in common with Dotwork and Minimalism. Often using one black color the designs contrast against even the darkest of skin tones. Thin lines and shading ensure the design retains a high level of detail and just like woodcut art, they are made to last!
A blackwork tattoo is an abstract geometric shape painted in pure black upon the body. Blackwork is pushing dotwork and linework to their extreme, with complex geometrical symmetrical patterns and massive black areas. Read More
New School Tattoos are mind blowing and not realistic at all. Sometimes new school tattoos compared to styles seen in cartooning, graffiti art, and themes seen in hip hop culture. Similar to old school tattooing they both generally employ heavy outlines. They are bright and undeniably non-traditional.