creative tattoos

The people you see below not only discovered some pretty unique ways to get tattoos, but they’re also interactive.
They aren’t afraid to be their awesome selves… share their brilliant tattoos by clicking below.

I the idea of using skin as a personal canvas for permanent art, and so I’ve created this page to display the best tattoos which I have found whilst browsing online galleries.
You really don’t want a tattoo to damage your career prospects, so even if right now you think you’re going to be an artist forever so it doesn’t matter where you have your tattoo, if you later decide to be a doctor/MP/model etc then it may be a problem.
It’s always a good idea to choose an artist who does tattoos in the style you want.
It’s definitely not a good idea to walk into a tattoo parlour when drunk or on a whim and choose a random flash image from the typical selection provided.
Very interesting.I’m 44 and I have been in the tattoo shop so many times I have no idea how I still don’t have one.Anyway great lens very informative.
love the ideas! I love looking at tattoos and their meaning plus when I have enough money I want to get one on my back.
– Where to get the tattoo? Always think about the future when deciding on the position of your tat…and I don’t just mean about what it will look like when you’re older like most people will warn you about (although it’s probably best not to put it anywhere that’s going to sag too much!) The most important point to think about will be jobs.
With regards to price, they usually cost at least $50, with the cost rising as the tattoo size gets bigger, or the artist gets more popular/renowned.
I wouldn’t suggest getting a big tattoo first – check your pain barrier with a small one first.
We are the oldest and most experienced studio in Grand Junction, serving the area since 1993.  Tom, with more that 30 years of experience, works one on one with each client, designing an original tattoo exactly as the customer desires.  All original artwork is hand drawn and never used again without the original client’s express permission.  All inks and products used in the studio are organic and natural and are the safest products available in the industry.
Thank you for visiting the Creative Tattooing website.  Stop by our studio and meet Tattoo Tom and look over all the fantastic artwork in his many portfolios.  To ask a question or to set an appointment call Tom at (970) 241-9369.
Although tons of new styles are being developed by tattoo artists, we wanted to explore a specific type – tattoos that incorporate the human body into their design in clever ways.
The rising popularity of tattoos and the easing of the taboo surrounding them means that more and more people are choosing to express themselves with creative body art ideas that are meaningful to them.
Go under Overpass and turn Right at Stop Sign Under Overpass.
Turn left at Stop Sign.
Follow Service Road through Stop Sign.
******State Licensed by Texas Dept.
From the West on I-30: Exit #87 (FM-1903).
From East on I-30: Exit #89 (FM-1570).
When fantasy and concept artist Loic Zimmermann wanted to see how one of his tattoo art designs would look on his body, he recreated himself as a digital double using Maya, ZBrush, Photoshop CS6 and Mental Ray to design and pre-vis a tattoo that was then unwrapped, printed on a carbon paper, and then applied to his real skin with accuracy before the inking could start.
Working as both a graphic designer and tattoo artist, Argentinian creative Facu Ontivero creates gorgeous designs that feature animals, geometric shapes and beautiful pattern work.
Gakkin, who works at Harizanmai tattoo studio in Kyoto, takes a new approach to traditional Japanese themes, strongly influenced by manga, graffiti and graphic design.
Based in Tokyo, Horitata is a huge fan of American design, but his work is mostly inspired by the Edo period (1600-1868), the golden age of traditional Japanese tattoo design.
But although his tattoos are defiantly 21st-century, Gakkins still follows many of the traditional rules of Japanese tattoo design, such as: "Never put momiji [message dolls] and sakura [cherry blossom] in the same drawing", and "Tigers should always go with bamboo".
Ollie Munden, or MEGAMUNDEN as he's known to many, is a prolific illustrator and artist and his tattoo art designs have graced the body parts of such designers as Aardman's (and CreativeBloq regular) Gavin Strange.
En works at Genko Studio in Nagoya, which is well known for his modern spin on traditional Japanese tattoo designs.
Fat Punk Studio is a Somerset-based design studio specialising in T-shirts, prints, giant wall murals and, of course, killer tattoo art designs.
Bachelor’s button/cornflower tattoo by Alice Carrier at Wonderland Tattoo in Portland, OR.
There are different perspectives toward tattoo ideas such as having animals with very unique designs.
The Best Tattoo Models, Designs, Quotes and Ideas for women, men … and even couples.
In order for you to have a glimpse of what we’re talking about, we have collected 50 Creative Tattoo Ideas for Women that will definitely fit into one’s own taste and personality.
So we came up with a new perspective towards tattoo ideas, where we will search the very unique style for women with that kind of personality.
We do not offer poor quality and meaningless tattoo designs, but rather, we offer only the best and finest tattoo ideas on the internet, which have come from highly respected tattoo artists.
I’m pretty sure that one of these 50 Creative Tattoo Ideas for Women will be a perfect fit for a certain individual.
50 Creative Tattoo Ideas for Women, and many more, have come out as the years passed by.
These tattoo designs were made from very wild imagination, combining one idea with another, resulting into very awesome styles and designs.
Want something different? Then this tattoo has a design of random linings with a quote.
Done by Niki Norberg [wicked tattoo Sweden] Side tattoo probably the best Ganesha tattoo by Sergio Sanchez Fantastic portrait tattoo done by Aaron Peters from Bugaboo Tattoos Sleeve tattoo – Best use of colors in a tattoo by Rom Azovsky Sleeve tattoo – Flower of life by Peter Madsen Pen tattoo on Ear by Geo Ruiz in Chicago After pregnancy tattoo on scar by David Allen (Photo by : BL/INK Photography) Pink Floyd sleeve by Kyle Dyhrberg of Sinatras Custom Tattos in Wellington, New Zealand.
You’re using a web browser that isn’t supported by Facebook.
is a place for people who love getting inked and want inspiration & tattoo ideas for their future tattoos.
These new designs are possible due to the development of advanced tattoo machines, making much finer drawings possible.
If you are thinking about getting (another) tattoo then below you will find a collection of tattoo ideas that, although not to everyone’s taste, sure are different.
The result is that the art of tattooing has come a long way and thanks to creative people, especially graphic designers and street artists, tattoos are being revived and re-imagined all the time.
Below we have rounded up a collection of unique tattoo ideas that you might not have seen before.
Sorry, this post has been promoted by BuzzFeed editors so it can no longer be edited or deleted.
Creative Tattoo Art is the name that springs to mind when many people think about quality tattoo art work, with a team headed by Pete Davidson, and comprising  Angie Davidson,  Tom Denholm, Kate Brown,  Anita Davidson/Wilson – alongside body piercers  Nola Davidson,  and Shaun Wilson.