Neotraditional Tattoos

Gallery of neotraditional tattoos that can be filtered by subject, body part and size.

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Sara MacGregordone
room Utrecht πŸ‡³πŸ‡± Β· Aalsmeer
18
Tattoos
16
likes
3
followers
Line Art
Fine Line
+3

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Fede Gasdone
room ZΓΌrich πŸ‡¨πŸ‡­
11
Tattoos
3
likes
3
followers
Realism
Neotraditional
+2

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Pepo Errandodone
room Barcelona πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ
5
Tattoos
5
likes
4
followers
Blackwork
Illustrative
+10

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Estepadone
room Barcelona
26
Tattoos
10
likes
7
followers
New School
Neotraditional
+2

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Benny Tattooerdone
room Barcelona πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ
4
Tattoos
6
likes
3
followers
Neo Japanese
Japanese Β· Irezumi
+13

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Viviana Calvo Morenodone
room Malaga
41
Tattoos
6
likes
6
followers
Neotraditional

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Fercho.inkdone
room Queens πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
21
Tattoos
2
likes
5
followers
Line Art
Fine Line
+4

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Jo Inkdone
room Seoul
20
Tattoos
15
likes
11
followers
Traditional
Engravings
+4

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Abraham HernΓ‘ndez Montesdone
room La Rinconada
79
Tattoos
48
likes
19
followers
Neotraditional
Blackwork
+1

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Catalina Bugni Epszteyndone
room Berlin πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ
1
Tattoos
1
like
16
followers
Neotraditional
Dotwork
+2

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Eddie Daviddone
room Kuala Lumpur πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ύ
9
Tattoos
2
likes
8
followers
Realism
Tribal
+8

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Julian Rozisdone
room Bern πŸ‡¨πŸ‡­
4
Tattoos
5
likes
17
followers
Neotraditional
Blackwork
+2

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Lina Marodone
room Graz πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ή
6
Tattoos
3
likes
6
followers
Illustrative
Line Art
+1

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Heinzdone
room Rome
0
Tattoos
0
likes
5
followers
Traditional
Neotraditional

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Oscar Moondone
room Barcelona
0
Tattoos
0
likes
3
followers
Blackwork
Neotraditional

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Mar PΓ©rez Β· Marrotodone
room Valencia
0
Tattoos
0
likes
1
follower
Illustrative
Neotraditional
+2

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Nery Eagledone
room Seville πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ
0
Tattoos
0
likes
0
followers
Neotraditional
Cartoon
+2

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Yamidone
room Palma
0
Tattoos
0
likes
0
followers
Illustrative
Neotraditional

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description

Neo Traditional expands on American traditional techniques to include more depth of dimension, more options for line widths, and a broader color palette. The subject matter often pays homage to classic themes, updating but not wholly replacing Traditional motifs.

The post-1970s resurgence of tattoo popularity in the west led to technical innovations with tattoo machines and inks. With more color options and different tools available, and a more diverse group of people participating, evolution was inevitable.

A key difference between Neo Traditional and New School is that the former aims to honor the aesthetic heritage of western military tattoo culture, while the latter shares more overlap with modern street art culture.

The bold, clean black outlines of Old School tattoos are also used in this style, but the minimal, well saturated color palette consisting mainly of primary colors used in American traditional style is replaced by more realistic depth, shading, color and detail.

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