Any picture can performed by dozens of different ways. You would probably agree that the most important aspects of tattoos are style and quality of work. Apart from the fact that each artist has his own unique handwriting technique, there are some popular trends and general directions of artistic tattooing.
In this section you will learn about all the popular styles, which are known to mankind. We will go through the way from ancient tribal tattoos to modern biomechanics and dowtwork. Take the time to read about styles, carefully review the features of each and pick the one for yourself. After making your first tattoo you would probably keep the style for all your further tattoos. So be careful and take all advantages and disadvantages of each style into consideration. Good luck!
Amazing, stunning, inexplicable style.
Rich history and national traditions.
Biomechanics and Cyberpunk
Elements of human flesh and mechanisms.
Live and cheerful colors.
The legacy of the Latin American gangs.
Dark and Mysterious plots
Contrast and provocation
Volumetric 3D Tattoo
Realistic stories on your skin.
Various inscriptions in Chinese and Japanese.
Interesting Back and White technique.
Legacy of Salvador Dali
Tribal traditions of ancient civilizations.
Home made tattoos.
Simplicity and straightforwardness with spesific meanings.
Popular Style for Females
Intricate lines on the body.
Image of mechanical elements under the skin.
Tattoo with Latin American roots.
Combinations of geometric figures.
Middle Age tradition.
Tribal traditions of mayan civilization.
Small images and symbols.
Typical tribal symbolism.
Live pictures on the skin.
Classical Egyptian themes in traditional style.
Classic style with a predominance of marine plots.
Evolution of the old school into modern stories.
Dotvork (Dotwork tattoo)
Geometrical figures made by dots.
Black patters made with interesting symmetry.
Patters of north tribes.
Elements and colors of traditional Russian culture.
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