Sci-fi and gamers rejoice! We collected favorite 48 Biomechanical Tattoo designs we found online for your reference and idea. A biomechanical tattoo is not only for the geeks, but for cool people as well, or those who love to think they are cyborgs, or aliens. Biomechanical art started in the late 70s when H.R Giger, a Swiss artist designed the aliens from the Ridley Scott film, Alien. It is a very interesting tattoo art because machine elements and organics are combined to produce an awesome geeky and surreal tattoo. Some get them colored, some get them in black and gray and both choices are still fantastic as long as you have a good artist to work on it.