So, brothers, it’s that time again. It’s time to test some of our favorite tattoos that you probably want. Bad.
The process of getting a new tattoo is exciting and thought-provoking, but with an important caveat. You will have to be decisive. This means that a better design or a better idea will always present itself, no matter what you do, so that you should be able to make a decision and stick to it.
So, what does a man have to do to shoot the most epic tattoo in human history? Well, if we knew the answer, we would not have our ex-girlfriend name tattooed on our ankles. But if you really want to try it out, these tattoo artists could make some pretty good competitors.
This wolf in the forest.
If you’re looking for a statement forearm piece, you do not have to look far for inspiration. Although my grandmother printed the same design on a blanket that currently hangs over her plastic couch, I think it looks much better with ink.
This detailed forearm piece.
Abstract designs made of geometric shapes and symbols have been given a lot of time lately. Regardless of whether they are used to emphasize the subject or as a stand-alone feature, as in the above design, their intricate nature greatly enhances the overall composition.
This amazing jungle piece.
It is official. Oscar Akermo is our favorite tattoo artist and this is his most successful design of the year 2016. It looks like he’s alright at Bang Bang. Although he has definitely knocked us out of the game, you think 500 smackaroos per hour, we can still dream, can not we?
This dotwork warrior.
We have been following Frank’s work for quite some time and although he never deviates from his typical style, he always manages to surprise us with his talent and his creativity. If you like what you see here, you should visit Frank on Instagram. His portfolio is very nice.
This Aztec back part.
If we were an ancient Aztec warrior, we would have covered our entire body. As for tribal tattoos, this design stands out as something unique and special when it comes to nothing but the brilliant design and execution.
This Japanese breast pocket in black and gray.
The history of Japanese tattoos is fascinating. Throughout history, Japanese tattoos have represented a variety of social statuses, depending on which dynasty was in power. From the criminal underworld to the richest merchants, Japan’s tattoo culture is as diverse as it is mysterious.
This case is in work.
This crazy cool walkway.
Men who get tattoos usually fall into one of two categories. Those who are looking for something epic and extravagant, and those who are looking for a unique piece that is both bizarre and cool. This tattoo art falls into both categories. It’s definitely creative and unique, but it’s also flashy and extravagant.
This white deer.
The artists in Bang Bang have a knack for creating tattoos that are unbelievable for lack of a better word. And with a name like Balazs Bercsenyi, we do not believe that the ability to ever be anything but a world-famous artist was ever an option.
This fading pattern.
We are all intuitively steeped in recurrent patterns, especially when they are as cool as this cubic geometric design. In this dotwork style, this forearm piece hypnotized us from the wrist to the darkest corner.