Black and Grey Tattoos

It seems that pop culture is influencing the world of tattooing in a series of new directions.  There will always be the traditional tattoos that stand the test of time however, new cultural norms always pop up and create new fun ideas for the artists.  We pride ourselves in researching and studying the designs and the potential anatomical movements of these new school tattoos. Newer designs such as dot work and geometrical patterns are in high demand and as a high end tattoo shop it is our duty to be able to provide a readable innovative tattoo for the client.

Attached is an innovative design based on the geometric tattoo concepts in conjunction with Nordic ideologies.  This black and grey tattoo was a ton of fun to study and put together for the client.  The geometric patterns in this tattoo hold strong weight and are built to last along with the Nordic influence.  Tattoos like this allow us to step out of our comfort zone and grow as tattooers.  Custom tattoos in 2018 are going to require heavy doses of research and studies because this is all relatively new conceptually in the grand scheme of tattooing.  Japanese and American traditional tattoos to name a few styles have been around much longer and the studies have been performed time and time again. Physiological integrity is essential to these tattoos which is why we are looking to achieve the same effect for the geometrical and dot patterns that are so in demand in this day and age.

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Geometric Nordic Wolf tattoo in black and gray & Celtic
This Nordic pattern black and gray wolf tattoo was created at Tabernacle Tattoo in Tampa, Florida

-Tabernacle Tattoo

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Small Butterfly Tattoo

As much I love having big arm pieces, back pieces, leg pieces, body suits to do, doing small one shot tattoos are always a good time. Doesn’t have to be a butterfly or just in black and grey, but this cool guy right here is a perfect example of even though it looks tiny there’s a lot of intricate detail within these things. And we can put color on these little guys all day.

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Mandala Tattoo

The Mandala spans back into Ancient Times. It’s origins can be found within the teachings of the Hindus and Tibetan Buddhist monks. The term Mandala is Sanskrit meaning “circle”. Throughout history these totems have signified the cycles of birth, the mysteries death and rebirth. The tattoo shown here has a very simplistic look at a first glance, but there are varying lines of complex and layered within it’s design.

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