This curved breastplate roman numeral tattoo.
Here we have a curved breastplate tat that almost reminds one of an Egyptian necklace. A white drop shadow adds a little extra character to each number. (Photo: Wady)
These textured numerals.
Or is that just the skin? (Photo: Weston Weller)
This sprawling side tat.
Something tells me this tattoo wouldn’t look nearly as good on me. (Photo: Rune Eide Stenehjem)
These stone-carved numerals.
One of my favorite roman numeral tats, this piece looks as if it’s been etched into marble. (Photo: J Carlos)
This spinal tat.
One of the most painful places to get tatted. She’ll probably tell you it was worth it though. (Photo: Frank Tran)
These red roses.
These touching tattoos.
“The number 8, the grade we met, the years since I found my best friend, our favourite number and an endless loop. Whenever I look at my wrist I’ll be reminded that you’re always there for me as long as there’s a pulse running through your veins, and vice versa!” (Photo: Natasha Hum)
This crumbling etching.
Here we have a 3D number three. How cool. (Photo: Juan Carlos)
This spectacular spiraling clock.
We’re huge fans of Niki’s work. Clock tattoos weren’t in the original plans but this design was just too good to pass up. (Photo: Niki Norberg)
This classy combination.
A great font combination—which is a lot tougher to pull off then you would think. (Photo: Lindsay Alyson McCarthy)
This vertical layout.
Here we have a date laid out in vertical succession on the spine. We feel your pain. (Photo: Branden Martin)
This awesome ankle piece.
This design is the birthday of the subject’s grandmother. *Feelings* (Photo: Johanna Hofemann)
This beautiful shoulder tattoo.
As you’ve probably noticed, the top of the shoulder/neck area is a popular location for these types of tattoos. (Photo: Pitchaya)
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