Biomechanical Tattoos

Gallery of biomechanical style tattoos that can be filtered by subject, body part and size.

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Tattoo artists

American
Paco Dietzdone
room Santa Clara American
0
Tattoos
0
likes
7
followers
Biomechanical

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American
Brian Geckledone
room State College American · Boalsburg American
46
Tattoos
49
likes
21
followers
Sacred Geometry
Biomechanical

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British
Kalidone
room Croydon British
10
Tattoos
2
likes
2
followers
Biomechanical
Realism
+1

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American
Guy Aitchisondone
room Creal Springs American
33
Tattoos
9
likes
10
followers
Biomechanical

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German
Julian Siebert · Corpsepainterdone
room Munich German
13
Tattoos
6
likes
5
followers
Realism
Biomechanical
+1

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Uruguayan
Victor Portugaldone
room Kraków Polish
43
Tattoos
17
likes
17
followers
Black and grey
Realism
+1

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Russian
Stepan Negurdone
room Moscow Russian
11
Tattoos
3
likes
5
followers
Biomechanical
Realism

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American
Chris Hall
room Lancaster American
Biomechanical
Black and grey

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Jon Clue
room Manhattan American
Biomechanical
Black and grey

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American
Ty McEwen
room Phoenix American
Biomechanical

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Russian
Deni Aktemirov
room Saint Petersburg Russian
Blackwork
Illustrative
+1

Contact

Japanese
Washun
room Tokyo Japanese
Realism
Biomechanical

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American
Marcus Pacheco
room Oakland American
Traditional
Japanese · Irezumi
+1

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American
Christian Perez
room New Haven American
Biomechanical
Realism
+1

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American
Roman Abrego
room Yucaipa American
Biomechanical
Realism

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Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian Indian
Anil Gupta
room Manhattan American
Biomechanical

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American
Nick Baxter
room Austin American
Biomechanical

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American
Michele Wortman
room Creal Springs American
Illustrative
Biomechanical

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description

Biomechanical tattoos are designed based off of the client’s body flow and are typically freehanded. This style is also known as biomech.

Biomechanical tattoos usually mimic body flow through patterns that are of mechanical, cyborg, or alien aesthetics. Bio-organic tattoos are similar to biomech, except they feature patterns reminiscent of organic organisms rather than machines.

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