13 Badass Realistic Biomech Tattoos
Biomechanical tattoos are basically composed of human and machine combination, this unique style emerged in the 1980s.
Designs were inspired by the works of futuristic artists and philosophers who believe that humans will develop into greater creatures with superhuman skills, aided by their intelligence and use of man-made machinery. Well, we couldn't agree more. Technology has taken us to a whole new plane of existence where comfort is at the touch of a fingertip! Look around you and see how greatly we have all evolved. There are cars, airplanes, smart phones and whatnot to make our lives easier, and the internet to widen our awareness of the world around us! We should never forget our origins, though, and put our unique human intelligence to good use and be better stewards of the planet where we get all our resources. Let that be our inspiration & motivation for getting this kind of tattoo. We hope to inspire you with these 13 Badass realistic Biomech tattoos!
Beautiful colors and details in this full sleeve tattoo by Roman Abrego.
Biomech tattoos usually portray human flesh and mechanical parts interacting with one another. It could be disturbing to some, but the idea is just rad to those who get it. Tattoo by Brad Bako.
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Biomech tattoos often reveal the internal sinews & muscles of the body combined with robotic machinery to create the unique "man-machine" hybrid.
Check out the intricate details in this one! Please supply us with artist's name if you know! :)
Women can also rock a Biomech tattoo!
Here's an H.R. Giger-inspired leg piece done by Brett Barr. H.R. Giger is one of the key figures who developed the biomechanical art form. His artworks were inspiration to most of the biomech tattoos we see today.
Here's a twist to the traditional skull tattoo! Awesome!
Much respect to those who can rock a full-on biomech on their heads & faces. It's gruesome to those who do not understand, but these people don't care! Tattoo by Roman Abrego
Here's another biomech tattoo designed for women. Done by Rember Orellana as featured on Inked Magazine.
While there's "Bio-mech", there's also "Bio-organic". By simple definition, Bio-organic is a fusion of man & organic/natural elements while bio-mech is a fusion of man & man-made machinery.
Brad Bako gives second life to Lucky Rich's black tattoos. I didn't know that was possible!
This guy's arm looks like it can hurt you real bad. Lol. Awesome 3D effect! We hope you enjoyed this article! Share with us your bio-mechanical or bio-organic tattoos!