This lovely little linework piece.
A delightful whale tattoo done in an engraved/etched style. (Photo: Matteo Nangeroni)
This mother and her calf.
While humpback whales have been filmed in their breeding grounds giving birth, we still have no idea where blue whales go to give birth to their young. (Photo: Anna Yershova)
This saddled creature.
Whale rider animation movie in the works? This creative cartoonish work is almost too cool for school. More please. (Photo: Jake Wiman)
This perfect pair.
Here we have two almost identical humpback whales adorning both back shoulders of the subject. One whale houses a scenic landscape scene complete with moon and stars while the other takes things up a notch into outer space. (Photo: Ben Doukakis)
This sketch-style arm piece.
This amazing diamond-shaped glyph.
This spectacular diamond-shaped glyph utilizes creative negative space shapes to give it’s lines a more open feeling. (Photo: Matteo Nangeroni)
This colorful abduction.
Notice the negative space whale in the center of the design being beamed up by a flying saucer. (Photo: Little Andy)
This shoulder tat.
Here we have a flawless black and grey ink whale tattoo located on the collar bone. (Photo: XKM)
This creative yin yang.
Or Yin and Yang symbol if you prefer. This cool little forearm tattoo has to be the cutest design on the list. Fun fact: A baby blue whale weighs over 5,000 pounds at birth, instantly putting it out of reach of even the most ambitious of ocean dwelling predators. (Photo: Viktor Fursyk)
This sprawling side tat.
Whale, whale, whale, what do we have here? Sorry, we just couldn’t resist. (Photo: Dokgo)