This ornamental back piece.
A great photo that’s only surpassed by the beauty of this women’s back piece. Reminiscent of a corset, this ornamental full back tattoo features intricate lace patterns decorated with a few mandala centerpieces. (Photo: Agnieszka Kulińska)
This hyperrealism Japanese mask.
SIKE! This isn’t real—just a touch of photoshop magic. But we’d love to see this piece once it’s finished. (Photo: Gura Art)
These ornate arches.
Another amazing renaissance piece showing off some truly unique skills. Notice the shift in depth of field illustrated in the stone arches. (Photo: Den Yakovlev)
This architectural wonder.
With more scrolls than the Library of Alexandria, this full back tattoo was inspired by the ornamental decor of early Chinese architecture. (Photo: Zhen Cang)
This mandala halftone work.
Another outstanding mandala design laced with spiraling patterns and halftone dots. Notice the fresh ink to the left of center. (Photo: Yanina Viland)
This colorful cosmic creation.
Captivating colors glow with such vivid gusto that one might confuse this piece for neon sign on the Las Vegas Blvd. (Photo: Ryan Gatt)
This uncomfortable gaze.
These “double eyes,” always make us a little queasy, but an overall amazing piece. (Photo: Immortal Ink)
This black ink tiger tattoo.
Another hyperrealism tiger tattoo. This piece isn’t finished but the negative space leaves almost look to good to be filled in. (Photo: Shane Knapp)
This biomechanical back piece.
There’s almost too much going to here to describe. This awesome split-scene full back piece features a non traditional Mary with baby Jesus centerpiece with biomechanical designs. (Photo: Danielius Djačkovas)
This man smoking a pipe.
You might have seen this full back piece before as it’s fairly well circulated. The pipe smoker’s wrinkled skin demonstrates Victor’s impressive eye for detail. (Photo: Victor Portugal)