Ignorant tattoos focus on simple, contour designs - mostly made with lines with black fill elements. Artists who specialize in the ignorant create monochrome patterns, although sometimes colors are added to the design. These tattoos usually take on the appearance of sloppy drawings, reminiscent of cartoon ones. This is because the pioneer of the style was the French graffiti artist FUZI UVTPK. The ignorant tattoo style was supposed to be "wild" and without any rules. You can even say that the patterns designed in this style look as if they were made by a child who is just learning to paint. The simplicity of form reigns. Thus, the ignorant tattoo style expresses a rebellion against the rules and standardization. It is a tribute to freedom of speech without restrictions resulting from conventions or imposed social norms.