They say that simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. And once you lay eyes upon these delightful designs you’ll be a believer as well. Minimalistic designs are in vogue right now thanks to the skill set of so many amazing artists. Instagram’s are filling up and patrons are flocking to studios for these simple, yet magical designs that enjoy a wider range of acceptance in society because, well, they’re so elegant. Let’s take a look of some of the best examples of minimalistic floral tattoos and the beauty that they have to offer.
These fabulous Forget-Me-Nots.
This tiny bouquet of forget-me-nots takes minimalism to the max—almost as if they aren’t even there. (Photo: Jakub Nowicz)
Pink Lily of the Valley.
Known scientifically as Convallaria, these beautiful flowers come in a variety of different colors and can be found all over the globe in cool temperate climates. But don’t let their beauty fool you, as portrayed in the hit TV series Breaking Bad, these darlings are deadly poisonous. (Photo: Anna Bravo)
This single poppy.
Ah the poppy, from California fields to the Wizard of Oz, poppies come in a various colors and sizes. Yes, some do contain opiates used to make drugs. (Photo: Jon Boy)
This delicate cherry blossom.
The cherry blossom is one of the most popular floral tattoo designs, second perhaps only to the rose. This gorgeous example looks like it’s belongs on the side of one of the Queen’s teacups. (Photo: Mini)
These colorless orchids.
Elegant black lines give this foot tattoo a clean and crisp appearance. (Photo: Eloise Entraigues)
This geometric rose.
Well, I don’t know if a single diamond shape qualifies this as “geometric,” but better descriptions escaped us. (Photo Jakub Nowicz)
This lowly marigold.
It’s not so often that we come across marigold tattoos, but luckily this beauty was labeled or we’d never of guessed the flower’s variety without the help of a bonafide botanist. (Photo: Grain)
This little lotus.
Jon boy got the memo. You never go full mandala! (Photo: Jon Boy)