New School Tattoos

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

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Estepadone
room Barcelona
26
Tattoos
5
likes
7
followers
New School
Neotraditional
+2

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Nattachai Watondone
room Chonburi
8
Tattoos
0
likes
0
followers
Blackwork
New School
+3

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Aitor Jimenezdone
room Leioa
5
Tattoos
2
likes
2
followers
New School
Black and grey
+1

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Otte Timardone
room Budapest
11
Tattoos
11
likes
2
followers
New School
Black and grey
+1

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Claudio Valenzueladone
room Santiago
1
Tattoos
0
likes
9
followers
Black and grey
New School
+1

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Mar Pรฉrez ยท Marrotodone
room Valencia
0
Tattoos
0
likes
1
follower
Illustrative
Neotraditional
+2

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Luke Cormierdone
room Sydney
51
Tattoos
3
likes
1
follower
Contemporary
Pop Art
+3

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Debora Cherrysdone
room Getafe
99
Tattoos
51
likes
24
followers
Neotraditional
New School

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Dane Inksdone
room Hull
143
Tattoos
44
likes
36
followers
New School
Cartoon
+1

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Myrhwan Cortรฉsdone
room Murcia
32
Tattoos
8
likes
16
followers
Neotraditional
New School

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Moaydone
room Portugalete
120
Tattoos
32
likes
32
followers
New School
Cartoon

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Mimidone
room Madrid
95
Tattoos
57
likes
30
followers
New School
Neotraditional
+1

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Loic Pouillon ยท Loxiputdone
room Grenoble
39
Tattoos
25
likes
18
followers
New School
Blackwork

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Logan Barracudadone
room Seville ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ
22
Tattoos
6
likes
16
followers
New School

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Tim Stafforddone
room Austin
7
Tattoos
3
likes
4
followers
New School

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Steve Moore
room Vancouver ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ
Realism
Neotraditional
+1

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Vincent Zattera
room Castelfranco Vรฉneto
New School

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Chris Jenkins
room Richmond
New School
Cartoon

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description

New School is a tattooing style originating in the 70's and influenced by some features of the American Traditional tattooing style.

New School tattoos are characterized by the use of heavy outlines, intense colors, and exaggerated proportions of the subject. It's a highly animated style of tattooing, using colorful cartoony characters realistically shaded, and it is often called "cartoonish." Colors tend to be brighter and more saturated than Traditional or Neotraditional work.

The term New School is sometimes used interchangeably with Neotraditional, but there are key differences. From a technical point of view, they both do share the use of varying line widths, more dimension, and a more diverse color palette than Traditional tattoos. Aesthetically, however, New School dramatizes the subject matter, akin to caricature, rather than offering a more straightforward representation.

As a movement, it shares more ties to street art culture than Traditional military tattoo culture, representing a transition towards openness in the sharing of techniques in tattooing.

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