Old school 8 bit tattoo ideas. Get inspired by these funky pop designs of Emojis ,Mario, Zelda, Pokémon, 90s Videos games and even sim 4 ink.
There is something interesting about 8-bit tattoo designs. I know a lot of people have heavy opinions and dislike the art. However, this art form remains popular today with many different characters and styles.
Colorful, pixelated designs based on classic video games are the basis of 8 Bit tattoos, originating both from the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and Sega Genesis.
Despite the fact that 8-bit graphics are mostly a thing of the past in modern gaming, many newer games still use this style to convey a nostalgic, arcade feel. Below I’ve compiled a list of what I believe are some of the best design ideas.
8 Bit Heart Tattoo On The Forearm
Forearm tattoos are always a great option. This heart design uses dark red and really shows off the 8 bit style. It is a good idea to choose simple upper arm tattoos. In spite of the fact that they are easier to cover over, they still look very cool when they are displayed.
8 Bit Pokemon Tattoo
With these 8-bit Pokemon tattoos, you’ll look sharp at Gamestop’s midnight launch party. Below I’ve gathered a few examples for everyone to get inspired. You’ll find ideas for many of the characters and these all look great as small tattoos. The ankle, wrist, back of the leg or anywhere on the arm will look amazing.
8 Bit Mario Tattoo
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was the first console to introduce 8-bit games, which have been sold in excess of 60 million units. Modern developers continue to use and replicate that style today, as it was the defining console of its generation. These Mario ideas are fantastic, not only Mario but I have compiled a few of the other characters from the classic retro game.
Goku From Dragonball Z
Who would want a cute Goku tattoo above the knee.
8 Bit Tattoo Sleeve
As much as we love 8-bit video games, these pixel arts are perfect for you!
Every man’s unique physical form can display a retro 8 Bit tattoo based on their favorite classic games. There is a wide selection of characters and gaming memorabilia available, whether you are committed enough to wear a sleeve or not.