There is a lot of debate over what constitutes a creative tattoo, but that is the beauty of them. Creativity is an ever-flowing nexus of evolution and thought, and many people choose to design a tattoo for themselves that incorporates some form of their own creativity.
The remarkable nature of creative tattoos is that they can be anything as long as they have meaning to the people getting them.
A lot of people try to draft creative tattoos that they know will draw attention. Body incorporation is often done to show how the tattoo interacts with the body of the wearer. The classic creative tattoo might be the mustache tattoo on the finger, which is then held below the nose for the full effect.
Other such incorporations might include a partial face tattooed on the back of the hand, which covers the real face and gives an artistic rendering between the real and drawn facial expressions. There is no limit to the creativity behind tattoos. Permanent object tattoos are another form of creative tattoo, like a pen behind the ear or a necklace.