As the name suggests, New School style is a contemporary take on traditional tattoos. The style emerged in the 1970’s as part of the already growing counter-culture of that time.
In part 2 of this 8 part series, I will be detailing the history and aesthetics of Realism. Realism, also known as photo-realism, is one of my favorite styles to tattoo.
Although the realism style is relatively new to the tattoo world, it is becoming increasingly popular. Realism work generally consists of portraits but can also include beautiful nature landscapes, animals and everyday objects. Learn More!