This dripping watercolor pocket watch.
Because watercolor just works with everything now. Right? (Photo: Laura Craver)
This surrealist blackwork piece.
Beautiful. (Photo: Todd Bailey)
This pocket watch piercing.
It makes you wonder: Does anyone out there really have this as a piercing? (Photo: Ryson Lapenia)
This hunter-case thigh piece.
As you’ve probably noticed, roses are a popular addition to pocket watch tattoos. (Photo: Jane Medusa)
This lightly-drawn forearm work.
Dangling chains included. (Photo: Matt Roe)
This work in progress.
Here we have an amazing pair of pocket watches which appear to be the beginning of a pretty cool sleeve. We’ll try to update this post if possible. (Photo: Kev Richardson Jr)
This red rose.
A vibrant red rose goes nicely with this gold pocket watch. (Photo: Santiago Buriticá)
These exposed gears.
Another beautiful exposed mechanism work featuring roman numeral stops. (Photo: unknown)
These red numerals.
Covering most of this voluptuous derriere is one of the largest pieces on the list and another work featuring an exposed mechanism that let’s the viewer see just how complicated watches really are. (Photo: Johnny Smith)
The future is promised to no one.
Ewa’s watercolor animals are always something to be seen. This cracked timepiece is accented with a wonderful array of dots that give it an almost magical appearance. (Photo: Ewa Sroka)
This dark hunter-case.
Another bang up job by Alex Bruz. (Photo: Alex Bruz)