Tattoo Style


Blondy Tattoo Studio in Bali offers exceptional tattoo artistry in a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. Our skilled artists specialize in a wide range of styles, from intricate linework to bold, colorful designs, ensuring each client receives a unique and personalized tattoo experience. With a focus on professionalism and creativity, we strive to exceed expectations, leaving our clients with stunning tattoos they’ll cherish for a lifetime. Discover your next masterpiece at Blondy Tattoo Studio.

1. Traditional / Old School


Traditional tattoos boast bold black outlines and a limited color palette, typically featuring classic Americana motifs like anchors, swallows, and roses. 

Originating from sailor culture and dating back to the early 20th century, these tattoos hold timeless appeal with their straightforward, iconic designs and enduring popularity among tattoo enthusiasts worldwide.

2. Realism


Realism tattoos strive to replicate the appearance of real-life subjects with remarkable detail and accuracy. Artists use shading, highlights, and intricate linework to create lifelike portraits, landscapes, animals, or objects on the skin. This style demands technical skill and artistic prowess to achieve the illusion of three-dimensional depth, making it a favorite choice for those seeking hyper-realistic tattoo art.

3. Blackwork


Blackwork tattoos rely on bold, black ink to create striking designs with strong contrasts and intricate patterns. Often inspired by tribal or geometric motifs, these tattoos may feature abstract compositions, mandalas, or elaborate linework, resulting in visually captivating and impactful pieces of body art. Blackwork tattoos offer a timeless aesthetic and can vary from minimalist designs to more elaborate and ornate creations, providing ample creative possibilities for both artists and clients.

4. Neo-Traditional


Neo-traditional tattoos build upon the foundations of traditional tattooing while incorporating modern elements, vibrant colors, and intricate detailing. This style features bold outlines, exaggerated proportions, and a broader color palette, allowing artists to explore more complex compositions and creative interpretations of classic themes. With its fusion of traditional techniques and contemporary flair, neo-traditional tattooing has gained widespread popularity for its dynamic and visually striking designs that offer a fresh take on timeless tattoo motifs.

5. Japanese / Irezumi


Japanese tattooing, known as Irezumi, is renowned for its rich history, intricate designs, and symbolic imagery rooted in Japanese culture and mythology. Featuring iconic motifs such as dragons, koi fish, and cherry blossoms, these tattoos often showcase bold outlines, vibrant colors, and dynamic compositions that convey themes of strength, courage, and resilience. Irezumi artists adhere to traditional techniques and symbolism, ensuring each tattoo carries deep cultural significance and artistic mastery, making Japanese tattoos highly sought after for their beauty, craftsmanship, and timeless appeal

6. Dotwork


Dotwork tattoos utilize intricate patterns of dots to create intricate designs, shading, and textures on the skin. By varying the density, size, and spacing of the dots, artists can achieve stunning visual effects, from subtle gradients to bold contrasts and elaborate geometric patterns. This meticulous technique requires precision and patience, resulting in mesmerizing tattoos that evoke a sense of depth, dimensionality, and texture. Dotwork tattoos offer a unique and contemporary take on traditional tattooing, captivating audiences with their hypnotic beauty and meticulous craftsmanship.

7. Watercolor


Watercolor tattoos mimic the appearance of watercolor paintings, featuring soft edges, vibrant hues, and fluid brushstrokes that resemble the spontaneity and transparency of watercolor pigments. Artists blend colors seamlessly on the skin, creating dreamy and ethereal designs that evoke a sense of artistic freedom and expression. Unlike traditional tattoo styles, watercolor tattoos eschew black outlines, relying solely on color gradients and washes to define shapes and contours. This avant-garde approach to tattooing offers a refreshing departure from conventional techniques, appealing to those seeking unique and visually captivating body art

8. Minimalist


Minimalist tattoos embrace simplicity and clean lines, featuring understated designs with subtle symbolism and aesthetic appeal. Characterized by their small size, fine linework, and minimalist compositions, these tattoos often depict geometric shapes, delicate florals, or minimalist symbols such as arrows, hearts, or initials. Minimalist tattoos prioritize elegance and restraint, offering a discreet and timeless option for those seeking subtle yet meaningful body art. Whether worn as standalone pieces or incorporated into larger compositions, minimalist tattoos exude a sense of sophistication and style, making them a popular choice among individuals with a penchant for understated beauty.

9. Geometric


Geometric tattoos showcase precise shapes, patterns, and symmetrical compositions, drawing inspiration from geometry, sacred geometry, and mathematical principles. Artists use clean lines and geometric forms such as triangles, circles, and polygons to create visually striking designs that convey balance, harmony, and order. Geometric tattoos may incorporate elements of mandalas, tessellations, or optical illusions, resulting in intricate and mesmerizing body art. With their emphasis on precision and symmetry, geometric tattoos appeal to those who appreciate both the aesthetic beauty and intellectual depth of geometric forms, making them a popular choice for contemporary tattoo enthusiasts

10. Portrait


Portrait tattoos capture the likeness of a specific person or animal with remarkable detail and realism. Artists meticulously reproduce facial features, expressions, and textures to create lifelike portraits that pay homage to loved ones, cultural icons, or beloved pets. Whether rendered in black and gray or vibrant color, portrait tattoos require exceptional skill and attention to detail to convey the subject’s personality and emotions accurately. Portrait tattoos hold deep personal significance for both the wearer and the artist, serving as enduring tributes and cherished reminders of the people and relationships that shape our lives

11. Tribal


Tribal tattoos draw inspiration from indigenous cultures and ancient tribal art, featuring bold black designs with intricate patterns, symbols, and motifs. Originating from various indigenous traditions worldwide, tribal tattoos may incorporate elements of Maori, Polynesian, Native American, or African tribal art, each carrying unique cultural significance and symbolism. Whether adorned with abstract patterns, stylized animals, or tribal symbols, these tattoos often convey themes of identity, heritage, and spiritual connection, making them enduring symbols of cultural pride and personal expression

12. New School


New School tattoos represent a vibrant and eclectic fusion of artistic styles, drawing inspiration from cartoons, graffiti, and pop culture imagery. Known for their exaggerated proportions, bold outlines, and vibrant colors, New School tattoos often feature whimsical characters, surreal landscapes, and imaginative scenes that push the boundaries of traditional tattoo art. With their dynamic compositions and playful aesthetics, New School tattoos offer a fresh and contemporary approach to body art, appealing to those with a penchant for bold, unconventional designs and a sense of creative whimsy.

13. Abstract


Abstract tattoos eschew representational imagery in favor of non-representational forms, shapes, and compositions. Artists use fluid lines, geometric patterns, and organic textures to create visually compelling designs that evoke emotion, provoke thought, or convey abstract concepts. Whether inspired by abstract art movements such as cubism, surrealism, or expressionism, these tattoos prioritize artistic expression and interpretation over literal representation, inviting viewers to engage with the artwork on a deeper, more introspective level. Abstract tattoos offer a canvas for creativity and experimentation, allowing artists and clients to explore the boundless possibilities of abstract form and expression.

14. Trash Polka


Trash Polka tattoos are characterized by their bold, chaotic aesthetic, blending realistic imagery with abstract elements, collage-like compositions, and expressive brushstrokes. Originating from Germany, Trash Polka tattoos often feature a juxtaposition of opposing themes, such as beauty and decay, life and death, or order and chaos, creating visually striking and emotionally charged designs. With their raw energy and avant-garde sensibility, Trash Polka tattoos defy traditional conventions, challenging viewers to confront the complexities of the human experience and the juxtaposition of conflicting emotions and ideas

15. Chicano


Chicano tattoos are deeply rooted in Mexican-American culture and street art traditions, featuring bold imagery, intricate lettering, and cultural symbols that celebrate Chicano identity and heritage. Influenced by the Chicano civil rights movement and Mexican folklore, these tattoos often depict religious iconography, lowrider cars, Aztec warriors, and portraits of iconic figures such as La Virgen de Guadalupe or Emiliano Zapata. Chicano tattoos serve as powerful expressions of cultural pride, resistance, and solidarity within the Chicano community, honoring a rich legacy of resilience, creativity, and cultural heritage that continues to inspire generations of tattoo enthusiasts worldwide

16. Biomechanical


Biomechanical tattoos blend organic and mechanical elements, creating surreal designs that simulate the fusion of flesh and machine. Inspired by science fiction, cyberpunk, and biomechanics, these tattoos often feature intricate biomechanical components such as gears, pistons, and circuitry seamlessly integrated with anatomical elements like muscles, bones, and tendons. Biomechanical tattoos explore themes of transformation, evolution, and transhumanism, reflecting humanity’s fascination with technology and the symbiotic relationship between man and machine. With their futuristic aesthetics and intricate detailing, biomechanical tattoos offer a captivating glimpse into a dystopian future where flesh and technology intertwine

17. Celtic


Celtic tattoos draw inspiration from Celtic art, mythology, and symbolism, featuring intricate knotwork, spirals, and interlocking patterns that evoke a sense of mystery and mysticism. Rooted in ancient Celtic traditions and cultural heritage, these tattoos often incorporate motifs such as Celtic crosses, triquetras, and triskeles, each carrying its own symbolic meaning and significance. Whether celebrating Celtic ancestry, spirituality, or simply admiring the intricate beauty of Celtic design, these tattoos hold deep personal resonance for many individuals, serving as timeless symbols of connection to Celtic culture, history, and tradition.

18. Surrealism


Surrealist tattoos explore the realm of dreams, imagination, and the subconscious mind, featuring fantastical imagery, bizarre juxtapositions, and dreamlike narratives. Inspired by the works of surrealist artists such as Salvador Dalí, René Magritte, and Max Ernst, these tattoos defy logic and reality, inviting viewers into a world of whimsy, wonder, and absurdity. Whether depicting melting clocks, floating eyeballs, or surreal landscapes, surrealist tattoos challenge perceptions and provoke thought, blurring the boundaries between fantasy and reality and inviting viewers to explore the depths of their own imagination and subconscious.

19. Illustrative


 Illustrative tattoos feature stylized imagery reminiscent of illustrations found in comics, graphic novels, or children’s books, with bold outlines, vibrant colors, and dynamic compositions. Drawing inspiration from diverse artistic styles and visual storytelling techniques, illustrative tattoos often depict whimsical characters, narrative scenes, or iconic symbols rendered with a distinctive illustrative flair. Whether evoking a sense of nostalgia, humor, or wonder, these tattoos celebrate the art of storytelling and visual communication, capturing moments of imagination and creativity that resonate with both the wearer and the viewer.

20. Script / Lettering


Script tattoos showcase decorative lettering or typography, often featuring meaningful quotes, names, dates, or phrases rendered in various styles and fonts. Whether expressing love, faith, or personal mantras, script tattoos allow individuals to wear their words proudly, serving as constant reminders of what matters most to them. From elegant cursive script to bold Gothic lettering, each script tattoo carries its own unique personality and aesthetic, reflecting the individuality and personal expression of the wearer. Whether as standalone pieces or integrated into larger compositions, script tattoos offer a timeless and meaningful form of self-expression and adornment.

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