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42 Black and White Tattoos anyone can fall in Love with

Modern tattoos are less about sailors, pin-ups and ‘MOM’ and more about bold black lines, complex geometry, architecture, esoteric imagery, glitches and even blacking out entire body parts to cover up old work.Can you think of any better way to show this bond to the outside world than getting inked matching sister tattoo designs on your skin? It’s difficult, right! When the world is your oyster, it can sometimes be difficult to make a decision. Such is the case with black and white art tattoo. There’s so much that can be done that it can be hard to decide what to do. Here are a few ideas for eye-catching black and white tattoos designs.

Black and White Tattoos

Portrait tattoo:

Black ink also goes great with sketch-type tattoos. Ever wanted a portrait on your arm? A black and white piece lets you accomplish this with a high level of clarity. White ink can be used to highlight the piece for greater detail.

Outline tattoo:

Black ink is great for outline work. Consider a tattoo pattern that has a lot of lines such as a Celtic knot piece, vines or the like. The ink can really help the design stand out and look three dimensional. Adding some white in to the inside of the pattern can really help it pop right off your skin!

Symbol tattoo:

Of course, a yin yang symbol is the perfect place to use a combination of black and white ink. Black and white tattoos are trending these days.

Add some detailing:

Black looks stunning in detailed work. Consider getting a tattoo with a high amount of detail work such as small flower and using white ink to make the flower more realistic.

Black and white snake tattoos:

Alone, white ink isn’t the greatest choice for a tattoo, according to many artists. It looks splotchy and uneven on all but the clearest, most evenly pale skin, fades quickly, and has a tendency to disappear into a blurry mess within a short period of time. But if you’re willing to get it touched up often to maintain it, it can be really beautiful, and it sets off black ink beautifully. The most common subjects are intertwined snakes. Absolutely stunning back and white tattoo designs.

Watercolor full sleeve tattoo:

Whimsical illustration works on the canvas of full sleeve. Fashionable female portrait, bird, heart symbol splashed with black ink and decorative cursive script.

Skull and lily tattoo:

Lily is the symbol of compassion in Buddhism. Skull represents vessel of the soul, or wisdom, a tattoo with deep meaning. Black and white tattoo will add an amazing look to your sleeve.

War and child tattoo:

The dramatic effect of this design never fails to surprise. Adding detail to the tattoo with black ink will just give it the perfect look. You can begin it from your shoulder and continue till your wrist.

Jewellery piece design:

Your tattoo can be your prettiest and elegant jewellery. Go for a bracelet design that reaches out till your knuckles. Tattoos don’t have to be big and bold to be beautiful.

Architectural design:

Architecture can be a particularly striking tattoo theme, especially when it takes up large areas of the body. You can go for traditional Russian architecture across your back, arms, legs and chest.

Geometry designs:

While traditional tattoos tend to depict more literal subject matter, like skulls, roses and anchors, modern tattoos often lean toward a more abstract or surreal aesthetic. Geometry is a common motif, from the shapes of ‘sacred geometry’ to mandalas to tessellations that wrap a mathematical pattern around the three-dimensional shape of a body.

Remember!black and white never goes out of style.

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