Traditional / Old school Tattoo

Western or traditional American Tattoo style featuring bold black outlines and a limited color palette.

Watercolor Tattoos

These are created just like regular Tattoos, while the styles of shading and coloring is the only difference involved in their creation.

Abstract Tattoos

It is a type of body art that every tattoo enthusiast should turn to when he or she wants to break away from the typical or conventional genres.

Geometric Tattoos

Usually have one design, a shape that is repeated throughout the Tattoo to create a specific design. It’s a precise and detailed continuous pattern.

Portrait Tattoos

Memorials to loved ones- family members, friends, and even pets who have passed away. Mostly getting these kind of Tattoos is a part of grieving process.

Wood Carving Tattoo

These Tattoos take inspiration from the hip-hop culture predominant in the western countries. The subjects are hip hop artists and devices like jukeboxes.

Tribal Tattoos

These designs actually date back to a couple of thousand years. It is believed that the first Tattoos were inked as far as the Bronze Age.

Black work Tattoos

These Tattoos use black color to combine shading and line work into a beautiful graphic design. The range of sub types in this category is quite wide.

Bio-mechanical Tattoos

A bio-mechanical tattoo is a body art that melds some parts of the body by use of a machine to form a tattoo imagery of robotic or machine parts.

Lettering Tattoos

It’s a popular type and these types of Tattoos are made using only letters. It can be a name, a mantra, a quote or anything revolving around the idea of the text.

Surrealism Tattoo

This kind of Tattoo is inspired by the scary and supernatural characters from horror movies or any other source of visual and graphics.

Illustrative Tattoo

The classic themes are: women, skulls, flowers and religious figure. With the classic subject tattooed in Chicano style was a little Pachuco cross in the middle.

Realism Tattoos

Realism Tattoos are some of the most compelling types of body art for tattoo enthusiasts. These life like Tattoo designs bring substance and aesthetic appeal to your body.

Religious Tattoo

This Tattoo is a modern variation of the old school tattoo. The neo-traditional uses bold line to create more modern designs.

Black And Grey Tattoo

It is a style by Simone Plaff and VolkoMerschky. It resembles fine art collages combining realistic images with smears, smudges, and kinetic designs.

Mandala Tattoos

The literal meaning of mandala, which is a Sanskrit word, is circle and like a circle, the mandala represents wholeness. It also denotes balance, perfection and eternity.

Torn / Ripped Skin Tattoo

The classic themes are: women, skulls, flowers and religious figure. With the classic subject tattooed in Chicano style was a little Pachuco cross in the middle.

Dot Work Tattoos

They are designs that are made up of tiny dots to create an overall piece of art. They look slightly different than usual.

Hyper Realism Tattoo

It is taking the ink-world into a whole new arena that only the bold are brave enough to cross. People with these tattoos are not satisfied with tattoos that look like “Tattoos.”

3D Tattoos

This popular type of Tattoo is made using only letters. A name, a mantra, a quote or anything that revolves around the idea of text.

Zodiac Sign Tattoo

Usually done with black ink, ornamental tattoos are mandalas, laces, or floralmade tobe flaunted or accentuate the bearer’s body.

Illusion Tattoos

There is nothing cooler than an optical illusion tattoo. The ability to possess mind-breaking imagery within the skin is a privilege enjoyed by all Tattoo lovers!

Maori Tattoo

Sketch tattoos are often in “black and white” style, with lots of clean lines and small details that look as if the artist sketched them onto the skin using ink or pencil.