This creative watercolor lily.
A single yellow lily set in front of two stylized boxes. (Photo: Sandro Secchin Simão)
This neat wrist tattoo.
Another beautiful lotus flower. (Photo: A. Woods)
This fantastic upper arm piece.
More poppies but this time from our favorite watercolor tattooist Felipe Rodrigues Fe Rod.
This spectacular side tat.
This large cherry blossom branch features running shades of pink and turquoise. (Photo: June Jung)
These outstanding orchids.
Fun fact: There are over 25,000 different types of orchids. The most of any flower type. (Photo: Russell Van Schaick)
A large poppy towers above two smaller buds waiting to bloom. (Photo: Russell Van Schaick)
This ornamental lotus flower.
A colorless mandala lotus flower is backlit by a splendid blend of watercolor ink. A few charms dangle from the design like icicles from a rooftop. (Photo: Aleks Mothra)
This botanical beauty.
A bevy of different colors were used to create these watercolor flowers. (Photo: Julia Rehme)
This lovely shoulder piece.
Minimalistic flowers filled in with a touch of turquoise and purple ink. (Photo: Lenara)
This magical thigh piece.
Now this is how you do roses. (Photo: Stupenka)
This gorgeous blend of color.
This sprawling back piece.
Another pleasant, yet sparsely colored work that uses only a hint of red ink to accentuate the blossoms. (Photo: Lenara)
This slathered rose.
Here we have a large rose covered in thick brushstrokes giving the edges of the flower pedals a soft red glow. (Photo: Szymon Gdowicz)
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