This dotwork constellation.
A wonderfully unique design that incorporates negative space to illustrate a constellation of stars. Dotwork fill provides another level of intrigue as it slowly dissipates towards the edges of the circle. (Photo: Evgeny Golubev)
This simple succulent.
Succulent plants are among the most popular house plants due to their aesthetic appeal and ability to survive bouts of neglect. (Photo: Anna Bravo)
This symmetrical shoulder tattoo.
This dotwork daisy design.
The word daisy is derived from the old english word dægeseage, meaning “day’s eye.”(Photo: Ben Doukakis)
Another delightful mandala work.
Again, this design would be considered a hybrid mandala design at best. But it sure is beautiful. (Photo: Paul Bachman)
This tiny hummingbird.
Shown with a US quarter so you can see just how tiny this little hummingbird is. (Photo: Luis Inda)
This saffron branch.
A truly unique spice, this is what the saffron plant looks like before it’s ground up and put into food. (Photo: ilwol)
This Hawaiian shoulder tattoo.
Packed with about as much color as physically possible, this Hawaiian sunset features two birds flying off into the sun with stars in the sky. (Photo: Grain)
This beautiful flower.
Soft grey ink dotwork always adds an elegant feel to any work. (Photo: Karry Ka-Ying)
This lovely labyrinth.
This reminds you of those cheap little maze keychains that fall out of piñata’s during children’s birthday parties. You know, the ones with the little silver ball inside. (Photo: Ivan Fungus)
These beautiful blackwork flowers.
Stunning. (Photo: Anna Bravo)
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