We are living in an era were robotics isn’t a dream anymore. Scientists amaze us with new discoveries and push the boundaries further and further. The rise of the machine is near; the future human will be stronger, faster, more productive, and almost immortal due to human augmentation technology.
The future of the technologies will not only heal injuries but also give us the possibility to extend the physical opportunities beyond actual limits. I don’t know how you feel about it, but here at The Black Hat Tattoo, we can’t wait to see what the future holds for us.
If you can’t wait to get the Terminator or Robocop's looks, we have the Biomechanical Tattoo style. What is it? Well, it starts with the idea of merging flesh bodies with either real or imagined machine mechanisms. Yes, with a tattoo gun and ink, we can mix your DNA with a robot. These tattoos are mostly realistic, and the result is stunning. It blends an in-depth anatomic knowledge from the artist with often a passion for engine mechanisms that drive them to explore the dark side of Biomechanical Tattoos.
Ideally, a Biomechanical Tattoo Artist is passionate about how mechanics work. At least it would be considered an asset to know a little about both human anatomy and mechanics. Indeed, the idea is to shape the ink on the skin to replace the muscles by engineering designs. Thankfully, most tattooists that undertake such art pieces have these qualities. This is also why such skilled people are a rare find, and some customers do not hesitate to travel to meet the right biomechanical artist for their project. Besides that, biomechanical tattoo projects are often significant scale work, so it is crucial to feel at ease with the person you trust for the job.
Every detail, the shading or the line that will make your tattoo look more real than you could have ever imagined. Our customers that have been through these transformations can’t imagine themselves without it anymore. We are proud that they are carrying such beautiful pieces of art all around the world on their skin.