This artistic watercolor creation.
This watercolor work incorporates halftone dots and a fair amount of drip work. Wait, are these daisies? ;). (Photo: Ewa Sroka)
This supremely soft hand piece.
This watercolor hand tattoo looks like something that belongs in an oil painting instead of on someones skin. When it comes to flowers of any type, South Korean artist Ilwol is one of the best.
This colorful watercolor tat.
Looking like some kids took a few magic markers to a coloring book, this artist created a beautiful and unique watercolor style work using every color on the wheel. (Photo: Sol)
This long-stemmed legwork.
A winding leaf-covered stem makes it’s way up the ankle and onto the calf ending in a large open flowerhead. (Photo: Ivy Saruzi)
This realistic wrist tattoo.
The detail of this flower is nothing short of amazing. It almost makes you wish you had a loupe to view the tiny disk flowers in the center of the receptacle. (Photo: Danny Mateo)
This sunflower moon.
The nucleus of this freshly inked flowerhead is replaced with a wonderful milky moon. (Photo: Robert Cabello)
This black & grey flower.
As you can tell, the forearm is a popular location for stemless sunflower heads and it’s easy to see why. This black and grey ink piece is everything a good forearm piece should be and more. Cool, create, dynamic, and divine. (Photo: Fernanda Prado)
This itty-bitty wrist tat.
And the funny thing is, this isn’t even the smallest design on the list. (Photo: ch1138)
This beautiful thigh piece.
In case you didn’t know, the sunflower is the national flower of Russia, which unsurprisingly grows more sunflowers than any other nation in the world. (Photo: Grain)
This perfect dotwork design.
Fun fact: some species of sunflowers commonly grow to heights of over 17 feet. (Photo: Ariel Nirakara)