This stunning black and grey design of a woman’s face intermingled with a skull.
The flowers seem to leap off of the skin in this tattoo.
How about a tattoo that makes it seem as though you could feel the downy soft feathers of this swan?
Geometric tattoos are also beautiful in black in grey.
The skill it takes to create a lifelike animal is vast, but this leopard is exceptionally well executed.
It’s said that the highlights can make or break a black and grey tattoo, they definitely make this tattoo pop.
It can be difficult to create a solid gradation in a black and grey tattoo, much less in an entire sleeve. This graveyard is truly masterful.
There’s also this stunning clockwork sleeve with intricate detail.
Wildlife tends to make the perfect subject in black and grey realism.
These paw prints seem pressed right into the skin.
One of the benefits of black and grey is the depth you can achieve with it. A great example is this top-hat wearing cat.
While a little on the creepy side, this cherub tattoo is insanely realistic.
The amount of texture in this portrait is stunning.
Skulls tend to be a pretty typical subject matter with black and grey tattoos, but not all are executed as well as this one.
How about a Ganesha tattoo?
A diamond tattoo is a girl’s best friend.
Of course with black and grey, comes a limitless opportunity for greatness.
This realistic butterfly looks as though it could fly away at any moment.
The insane perspective on this tattoo is impressive.
Bringing back Legend, one black and grey tattoo at a time.
Scifi goes hand in hand with black and grey.
While there is a slight tinge of color to this tattoo, the vast majority is black and grey. It takes the traditional star to a whole new level.
How about an alienesque cat?
Nature overall is a great subject matter for black and grey tattoos, including trees.
Chucky is brought to life in this black and grey portrait tattoo.