This colorful forearm tat.
Martyna’s style is often described as surrealist watercolor. A few other artists dabble in this particular niche but Martyna is definitely one of the best. (Photo: Martyna Popiel)
This spectacular chest piece.
It’s tough to put into words how awe-inspiring this black and grey ink chest piece is but I’m gonna try. It’s an absolute triumph in modern day body art. (Photo: Chris Paez)
This diamond-shaped design.
This minimalistic woodcut tat is one of the best examples of the style I’ve seen. A thick solid-ink tree line contrasts well with the faint lines that make up the sky. (Photo: Katie Shocrylas)
This subtle watercolor work.
Here we have another set up mountains with a touch of blue watercolor work. If it works, it works. There’s nothing better than a mountain rage tattoo. (Photo: Julia Dumps)
These dotwork clouds.
Stallone probably couldn’t even climb these vertical peaks. (Photo: BSA)
This winding river.
Maybe “psychedelic stream” would have been a more fitting title for this smorgasbord of color. (Photo: Martyna Popiel)
These pointy peaks.
So simple yet so undeniably awesome. (Photo: Tumblr)
This starry sky.
Another fantastic woodcut style black ink tat. (Photo: Junko)
This divine dotwork.
I can’t say enough good things about this amazingly smooth design. This perfect mountain range looks as if it was constructed out of metal. (Photo: Ben Dukakis)
This foot tattoo.
These shades of blue.
Straight blue shadows of multiple colors stream from these glacial peaks. (Photo: IDA)
This magical trip.
If you like psychedelic art, you might wanna save this image for later. I could stare at this tattoo for hours. (Photo: Martyna Popiel)
This dotwork design.
Not exactly sure what’s going on here but it sure is beautiful. (Photo: Sarah Herzdame)
This ominous setting.
This overcast black and grey ink design includes what looks like a bird shape in the sky. (Photo: Patrick Hilton)
These tall trees.
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