Micro-realism tattoos are a captivating genre of body art that focuses on creating incredibly detailed and lifelike miniature images.
These tattoos, executed with meticulous precision, showcase intricate scenes or portraits on a smaller scale, often requiring a magnifying glass to appreciate the level of detail.
Black/dot work tattoos represent a distinctive style of body art that relies on solid black ink and intricate dotting techniques to create visually striking designs.
This minimalist approach utilises varying dot sizes and spacing to form intricate patterns, geometric shapes, or detailed images.
Japanese/neo-traditional tattoos seamlessly blend traditional Japanese art elements with a modern twist, creating a captivating fusion of styles.
While drawing inspiration from traditional Japanese Irezumi, neo-traditional tattoos incorporate contemporary techniques, vibrant colours, and dynamic compositions.