The bioorganic tattoo style is an abstract representation of naturally flowing, and comprised of elements that can be found in the natural world. It’s pretty common to see plants, bones, teeth, and other imagery that all swirl together and contort with the shape of the human body. Similarly to biomechanical tattoos, where elements of robotics and technology are fused with the anatomical structure of the subject, bioorganic tattoos do the same but with more ‘organic’ subject matter.
No matter what tattoo artist you choose, each bioorganic tattoo will be 100% custom in its creation, as the designs are typically freehand in their outline, and are designed to the specific body structure of the recipient. The bioorganic tattoo varies in and of itself as much as any tattoo style does, but has evolved from the desire for natural immersion. By definition, bioorganic is the descriptive term that pertains to the composition and activity of a carbon-based compound, which in layman’s terms, is anything that is “alive”.
Typically, bioorganic tattoos are very textured. Looking at examples of tattoo artists like Roman Abrego, Paul Booth, and Nick Baxter, you’ll see the heavy usage of corals, bones, metals, plants, tree bark, among other elements. These designs can often be fused with the internal structure of the human body, such as veins, muscle tissue, organs and such. Because of the vibrant beauty and diverse color palette of the natural world, bioorganic tattoos are often very bright and colorful, while biomechanical tattoos are usually darker in both color (often black and grey) and in mood.
Bio Organic Sleeve by Nick Baxter
The line that separates bio organic from biomechanical can be blurred; both styles have many similar elements and often blend together. Some tattoo artists use vivid color schematics and add machine-esque elements such as metal panels, wiring, and other things in order to create a more dynamic design.
Bio Organic/Mechanic Sleeve by Roman Abrego
With all that said, bioorganic tattoos are best reserved for seasoned tattoo artists, well versed in color theory, light perspectives, and anatomical knowledge. The perfect bio organic tattoo will flow naturally with the curves of the human body, and appear as a “part” of the skin canvas.
Bio Organic Eye by Paul Booth
written by Leo Gomon
To Tattoo or Not To Tattoo Essay
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My fellow students,
It is a pleasure for me to have the chance to speak to you about something I am sure you will all agree is of crucial significance for all of us.
Does it not sound quite splendid to have a tattoo on some part of our bodies to display for the admiration of all who see it ? Obviously tattoos are a fashion of our generation which none of us hesitates to drill their bodies for. Not only can a tattoo decorate our flesh,but it can give us a little splash of the celebrity life- for do not all celebrities have tattoos from head to foot? Gone are the days when criminals and ancient saliors were the main market for tattoos- now they are extreamly elegant. Not only this,but tattoos have the added advantage of lasting all…show more content…
A simple tattoo which we think will gain us self-confidence can in fact destroy our lives. A youthful impulse can have a lasting negative impact. For example, in your youth you may think you look good with a spider tattooed on your bum, but you may not be so sure when you are forty. In fact, by the time you are forty your butt may be the butt of jokes.You may think a dragon on your hand gives you an air of rebellion when you are a student, but how will you feel about it when you go for an interview for a job in a bank.None of us would like to act so impulsively I think and then end up with a symbol of embarrassment on some part of our bodies.
So we must ask ourselves, is the dubious pleasure of having a picture on your skin worth the future consequences? I would say no.However,I hear you ask the obvious question. Cannot a tattoo be removed ? Well, yes it can, but here is the final indignity of the tattoo. After a harsh, expensive and painful operation of drilling a tattoo on our body trying to remove this blemish can be much more expensive and painful than having it done in the first place. The process might also create scars, blisters and other terrible forms of disfiguration on your body. Not only this, but also there can be no absolute guarantee that the removal process will be successful. In fact, it can be completely botched, and can take from between 5