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Abstract art tattoo
Abstract art, explained by the experts themselves.
"The longer you look at an object, the more abstract it becomes, and, ironically, the more real."
― Lucian Freud

"There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality."
― Pablo Picasso
Getting an abstract tattoo inked on your body is like giving freedom to the artist to have fine art painted on you. Depending on the artist's work, the tattoo can be appear as an organized chaos or a clean, eye-catching work. Many people are under the impression that if a tattoo has to be explained, that means it's not a good one. That's however not true. Tattoos - whether it's an abstract design or that of a cute dog, the true meaning is concealed in the wearer's heart. So, it really doesn't matter if other people can't immediately grasp the idea?

The concept, hard work and dedication behind a particular design is understood better by the artist and the individual. While most of the designs have a general theme that can be clearly identified or noticed, others can include elements that can make the design quite random and tough to decipher.
Abstract Art Tattoo Designs
While selecting a tattoo for yourself, make sure you have a theme in your mind before visiting the artist. So at the time of consultation, you can explain exactly what you want the tattoo to look like on your body.
ABSTRACT ART BIRDS
Abstract art sparrow tattoo
Abstract art raven tattoo
ABSTRACT ART FLOWERS
Abstract art daffodils tattoo
Abstract art daisies tattoo
ABSTRACT ART GEOMETRIC
Abstract art black and white geometric shapes tattoo
Colorful abstract art geometric shapes skull tattoo
ABSTRACT ART WATERCOLORS
Abstract art watercolor butterfly tattoo
Abstract art watercolor feather tattoo
As the world has witnessed the evolution of fine art, tattoo styles too have followed a similar path. From animal totems and tribal symbols to mind-boggling abstract designs, tattoo artists are constantly pushing the envelope, and simultaneously growing. With new equipment, an artist can take a plain black ink tattoo and transform it into a photorealistic tattoo instead.

A tattoo is a tattoo, no matter how it appears and is perceived by the world. It is you who defines the meaning; as it reflects through you. And with all things said and done, for such creative tattoos, you have to consult with a reputed artist―Amanda Wachob, Bugs, Gene Coffey, and Yann Black―just to name a few. Of course, these artists have months and months of waiting, and perhaps they may not be an option for you at the moment. In such a case, while searching for a tattoo artist, check whether he/she has a background in painting or has prior experience. As this is a unique brand of tattoo art, not many artists can take pride in being able to simulate the art.
From hyper-realistic tattoos to ones resembling paintings by famous artists, abstract tattoos are surely attracting a vast audience. If abstract is what you are looking for, don't feel intimidated. Go for it!