Probably one of our more health-conscious styles, these Broccoli tattoo designs can be
way more vibrant and fun than some expect. You can get a fantastic response with a creative style. There are some with cute animated designs with faces and embellishments, some realistic portrayals, and even some stunning artistic contributions.
Whether you’re a diehard vegan or you just want a bit of a different
foodie tattoo design, this style is going to stand out. 🥦 If you want something really unique, check out our custom tattoo design service. We’ll help you bring your own unique look to life (anywhere in the world). We’re starting this collection off strong with very aggressive broccoli. I love how animated everything looks, it’s as if I’m reading a comic book on violent vegetables. This is some nightmare fuel right here… but I love it. We’re following it up with this realistic stem of broccoli. I really love the simplicity and the intricacy of the entire look. It’s simple but still eye-catching. We’ve got another simple broccoli tattoo. This one’s a lot shorter and smaller. I love the dotted shadowing that really achieves the texture broccoli look. This tattoo is a bit simpler than the rest. It doesn’t really have a lot of detailing but it still looks pretty clean making it perfect for mixing in with other minimalistic tattoos. This tattoo is absolutely adorable. I really like how it’s got this rounder appearance with a really tiny face. Animated broccolis are definitely a favorite. We’ve got broccoli on fire. For those who really don’t want to eat their greens. The simple flame detailing coming from the broccoli creates such an edgy appearance. If you’re a fan of looks with a whole lot of sharp edges, I’d recommend this geometric broccoli. It’s doing a good job of sectioning off different parts with the use of sharp shapes and different colors. This broccoli over here looks like he’s in a lot of peace. I truly love the blush detailing that makes this design look adorable. Our broccoli over here means business. This is a friendly reminder to eat your broccoli before they get upset. If Picasso painted vegetables instead of flowers… and was a tattoo artist. We’ve got another animated vegetable over here. Switching up the colors a bit makes this appear a lot more fun and exciting. This tattoo looks as if it’s glorifying this broccoli. I really like the bright circle background that makes the design pop. We’ve got another geometric broccoli tattoo. All these cool shape details honestly make the broccoli look so sophisticated. We’ve got your plain old broccoli painted with a very vibrant green. This is perfect if you’re looking for a really straightforward look (or a good excuse for some vibrant green ink). This broccoli is singing their heart out. I really like how they transformed him into a human while still keeping some broccoli characteristics. This little dude seems like he’s having the time of his life. It’s just adorable to see these inanimate objects doing human things. We’ve got a deeply shaded tattoo design that still emphasizes all the tiny details. This is a great tattoo for those who like darker tattoos. We’ve got a green outline tattoo that honestly looks so animated. The shade of green along with the shadows makes the design appear as if it’s just floating in thin air. Here we’ve got a nice little broccoli that uses dots to add in a bit of texture and details. These small tattoos would look great once they’re all combined. We have this fascinating broccoli. I really love the cool little rainbow coming from its mouth because it instantly creates a magical look. This tattoo uses a dotting technique. I appreciate the lack of harsh lines that results in a much softer and more intricate look. This broccoli is out to give you a whole lot of love. I especially love the pink gradient coming from behind the broccoli that ties in all the elements together. Here we’ve got broccoli that seems to be a wizard or magician. I love how just by the look on his face you can tell that he’s full of wisdom. Here’s an interesting way to express love. I appreciate the creativity behind humanizing these fruits and showing off affection to each other. This tattoo is a reminder for your to “broc n’ roll.” I love the cute little text that encourages you to eat your vegetables! Here’s a rather detailed broccoli tattoo. I really like the placement of this tattoo as the blank space around it puts more emphasis on the design. We’ve got another cute tattoo pairing. We’ve got a cute little onigiri hanging out with our happy little broccoli making for a cute women’s sushi tattoo. This design further proves that animated food is the best. Our broccoli seems to have found a new friend. I really like how the artist stuck to one color palette which results in a more cohesive look. This tattoo is just hilarious. The bold red lip design usually gives off an edgy rocker vibe, so it’s refreshing to see it paired with some broccoli. We’ve got another simple broccoli tattoo. This one’s got a straight line piercing through it which adds a bit of sophistication to the overall look. Eating your vegetables will surely spark some brilliant ideas! At the same time, eating vegetables is already a terrific idea. Here we’ve got a nice little ingredient tattoo. Just in case you forgot your cookbook. Definitely, a chef’s tattoo and women’s pasta tattoos are trending hard lately. I love the creativity behind this design. It’s so cool to see the broccoli turned into a tree that has a tree house. It oddly looks so comforting. At first glance, I thought that this design was an animation. It’s so cool to see such a unique design that looks like it’s straight from a photoshop design. Here’s a cool little care bear design. It’s so refreshing to see your favorite characters love vegetables so much. They definitely serve as good role models! I love this tattoo because it has some sentimental value to it. When you’re a kid, you’re frequently told to eat your vegetables, and it’s such a lovely memory to have someone simply want the best for you. Here’s another detailed yet simple broccoli tattoo. It’s amazing how even if this tattoo is so small, it’s still got so many intricate details to it. This broccoli is on fire! I love the depictions of broccoli being something cool. It definitely encourages kids to eat their vegetables more. We’ve got here a nice broccoli and carrot tattoo. I love how the design looks so cozy and homey. It’s as if you’re simply enjoying life by having some fresh vegetables. We’ve got another broccoli covered in flames. I really like how we’ve got this subtle ombré effect on the flames that make it appear more animated. Here’s a cool little broccoli that seems to be in a whole lot of peace. Let’s just leave him to his daily yoga session, shall we? We’re keeping things interesting with this face and broccoli mix. It’s honestly amazing to see the broccoli look like a small forest. We’ve got our friend raccoon here enjoying his nice little broccoli. I really like how the green ink instantly makes the design stand out. If you want something small for the back of your ear, why not put this tiny little broccoli? Nothing gets simpler than this. Plus, the tiny face is pretty cute. We’ve got another broccoli friend over here. I like how the outline of the design is done with black ink to make the design more apparent. Here’s a really cool broccoli design that’s mixed in with a few leaf elements. I could definitely imagine this as a sleeve tattoo as it’s at par with those floral sleeve designs. We’ve got another intricate broccoli. I love how they added these cool little textures on the head. It looks so unique. Our broccoli has found another friend. It’s cool to see this human depiction of fruits. I love the realistic body details, they’re really engrossing to look at. We’ve got a broccoli version of Wolverine. He honestly looks like the main antagonist in a vegetable war comic book. I’m scared. I’m never going to eat my vegetables again. You could have a Broccoli tattoo as part of a wider fruit & veg theme. This broccoli is so beautiful because it looks like a bouquet of flowers. I love the addition of the tiny flowers! Here’s another gentle reminder that eating broccoli won’t hurt you! It’ll do the exact opposite even. So if you’ve made it this far into the collection, make sure you’re eating your vegetables. We’re ending this collection with this magical broccoli. I absolutely love the colors as they instantly pull you in and put you in a trance. The trust no one tattoo with an angelic looking Broccoli is an interesting mix but with that fantastic colorway I can’t fault it. Where Should You Get a Broccoli Tattoo? For Women Top thigh Hand Throat Shoulder For Men Shin Behind your ear Foot Upper back
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