3D tattoos, also known as realistic tattoos, are becoming increasingly popular. People are wanting tattoos that not only have meaning but depth and lifelike qualities as well. From optical illusions to realistic portraits and creepy effects, 3D tattoos can come in many styles. Black and white, color, saturated color, shading, and other styles all can be used to create an awesome 3D tattoo.
Tattoos, in general, have always been popular and currently, 15 percent of Americans have tattoos. About 40 percent of those ages between 26 and 40 have at least one tattoo with more women being tattooed than men. There are over twenty thousand tattoo parlors in the U.S., with one being added every day. Research shows that adults with tattoos are not only more sexually active than those without tattoos, but they are also more likely to engage in riskier behavior.
Our obsession with tattoos and their confidence-boosting powers is obvious and 3D tattoos are drawing in even more ink fans. Many tattoo artists are becoming experts in the trend and are creating unique, one of a kind pieces that blow our minds. Most likely, if you look up tattoo designs and skim through tattoo artists’ portfolios, much of what you’ll see will be 3D tattoos. The 3D craze isn’t likely to slow down. While a lot of tattoos end up getting removed by lasers, these 15 amazing 3D tattoos are here to stay.
15 Optical Illusion Tattoo
14 3D Dolphin Head on Amputated Arm
13 Face Coming Out of Arm
12 Muscle and Sinew Tattoo
10 Stone on Skin
9 Vine of Ivy
8 Realistic Eye
7 Fox Coming Out of Tattoo
6 Back Biomech Corset
5 Masked Face
4 Gorilla Tattoo
3 Creepy Doll Face
2 Flying Rocket
1 3D Vortex Cube
Balazs Bercsenyi is another tattoo artist that works mainly in black and white. He has more than a few optical illusion tattoos in his portfolio and seems to really enjoy playing with lines. The Hungarian tattooist is based in Budapest but has brought his talent all over as he travels around the world quite often. He is adept in many different styles. A lot of his work is made with intricate details and lines and he plays around a lot with his shading. Of his work, he has said “My aim is to continuously develop myself and my skills. I am tireless about my job and enjoy meeting every client who comes to me with trust to re-create their vision and dream. Every day is a great challenge.” This vortex cube, like most of the work in his portfolio, is unique and one of a kind.
Sources: randomhistory.com, dailymail.co.uk, telegraph.co.uk, newsweek.com
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