Black, Grey, and White Tribal-esque Tattoo

You know, I’ve seen plenty of all black tribal tattoos. I’ve seen a growing number of all white tattoos… But it’s a lot less common to see them combined, let alone mixed with all gray tattooing as well!

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28 thoughts on “Black, Grey, and White Tribal-esque Tattoo

  1. that’s one way to make a tramp stamp a bit less trashy. not that that one was trashy to start with. but at least there is some hope!

  2. could have been inspired by that painting (see Mary No.3). Not shaw which came first, the person or the painting But yeah still good tattoo

  3. Thanx #3…This is what I was about to say…for information, this painting was done by Luis Royo…a spanish artist who has made a book called “tattoos” where this picture is from…

    Gret tatt bay the way

  4. I can only reinterate what the others have said. This is a really awesome tattoo. Excellent in design and execution.

  5. I wonder if she plans to extend it to cover her whole back like the Royo painting? I’m a big Royo fan and I love that painting. Of course if the gears were real… Maybe in 20 years.

  6. I think the white part is the most impressive part. It’s such a different concept on top of the black and grey tribal but it fits in perfectly.

  7. That’s really interesting, I hope they go for a whole back piece inspired by the painting.

  8. If you look at the full size painting closely ( you can totally see that it continues down the legs and on that it isn’t only on her back and arms as it seems to continue to her front from the side of her right bum cheek. Id really love to see a full body piece inspired by the painting. Would be ill.

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