40 Snaps That Prove Perfect Tattoos Do Exist

Simply divine.

This planet.

by Fatih Odabas

(Photo: Fatih Odabas)

Saturn is by far the most unique-looking planet in our solar system. The planet’s icey rings give it a highly distinguishable appearance that is instantly recognized by astronauts and laymen alike. Fatih’s work has been a constant on our site for quite some time now and his floral works are particularly popular.

This sunset.

by Guseul

(Photo: Guseul)

The sunsets that have been coming out of Sol Studio lately are simply divine. There are a few different artists that are embracing the whole concept and almost seem as if they’re competing with each other—which is always a good thing.

This rose.

by Jules Boho

(Photo: Jules Boho)

There are rose tattoos and then there are rose tattoos. This is the latter. While I’m not of the thinking that bigger is always better. Sometimes you just need to go all out and get the tattoo design that you’ve always wanted. I like to think that’s exactly what this young lady was thinking when she got the idea to get this stunning work of art.

This bracelet.

by Hongdam

(Photo: Hongdam)

These bracelets are the type of tattoos that no one actually knows are tattoos until you tell them. So if you’re looking for something completely under the radar, a dainty set of bracelets are something to consider.

This heart.

by Saegeem

(Photo: Saegeem)

It took every bit of creative intuition I possessed to decipher this string of negative space as a heart. Tattoos should be fun. And what could possibly be more fun than this super creative and uber modern design.

These cats.

by Alessandro Capozzi

(Photo: Alessandro Capozzi)

People love their cats. Personally I’m more of a dog person but that probably has something to do with the fact that I’m deathly allergic to cat dandruff. But if I was a cat-lover, I wouldn’t settle for anything less than these two friends when it came time to profess my love in ink.

This floral garter.

by Haeny

(Photo: Haeny)

Floral bands are our generation’s take on the barbed wire tattoo. Even Pamela Anderson couldn’t live with her barbed wire tattoo and she was actually in a movie called Barbed Wire. Floral bands like the one above are timeless and elegant. Or at least they may seem so for the time being.

This goldfish.

by Irka Kondrashova

(Photo: Irka Kondrashova)

Upon close inspection, it’s rather difficult to pin point what exactly makes this design so amazing. Perhaps the location and composition are adding a little extra to this design. But then again, the same can be said about each and every design on this site.

This tree.

by Chaehwa

(Photo: Chaehwa)

Again, I don’t know what it is about this particular design but I absolutely love it. The rudimentary lines remind you of a scene from the Peanuts comic strip. Tattoos like the one above aren’t something you see on a daily basis—which only adds to the intrigue.

This famous strip.

by Eunyu

(Photo: Eunyu)

I believe this piece is a sample of one of Monet’s famous lily pad paintings. Did you know that in Monet’s later life (once he was rich) he had an impeccably maintained garden and pond area where he routinely ripped out perfectly good flowers at the height of their bloom only to replace them with a different variety simply because he wanted to start a new painting? He also penned some of the most desperate letters you’ll ever read, begging his friends and acquaintances for money before he came into significant wealth of his own.