A biomechanical tattoo is one in which a part of the body is fused with a machine to create a tattoo imagery of machine or robotic parts. Being part human, part machine, this style of body art explores the human biological body makeup.
A bio organic tattoo involves an abstract representation of elements that are found in the natural world.
Teeth, plants, bones, coral, bark, teeth, and other images meld together with the structure of the human body, such as muscle tissue, veins, organs and so forth. Often the tattoos contort with the shape of the human body.
This style is similar to a biomechanical tattoo, but rather than meld technology with the anatomical structure of the person, bioorganic tattoos use organic matter.
In keeping with the vibrancy and varied colour palette of the natural world, bio organic tattoos are often bright and colourful, while biomechanical tattoos are typically darker in colour and mood.
This tattoo style is usually custom designed, being freehand in their outline and also designed to the specific body structure of the person getting the tattoo. Normally they are very textured.