Here we have a snowflake, a water droplet, and a shining sun. (Photo: Jon Boy)
This geometric heart tattoo.
This tiny blackwork geometric heart tattoo is the perfect addition to this man’s middle finger. (Photo: Ann)
This heel tat.
Cool design but what this is I couldn’t tell you. (Photo: Miss Nosebleed)
This EKG line.
I’ve always been a big fan of these types of tattoos but for the life of me I couldn’t figure out what this squiggly line is called. A break? (Photo: Arkeikum)
This webbed foot.
The medical term for webbed feet is Syndactyly, but it’s more commonly referred to as webbed feet or webbed toes, which I don’t get because they look more “conjoined” or “attached” than webbed. When one thinks of webbed feet/toes something more in the lines of a duck’s foot usually comes to mind. While not common, approximately one out of every 2,000 people born will be affected by Syndactyly. (Photo: Jay Shin)
These space tattoos.
Creative couple tattoos in the form of a primitive looking spaceship and a planet with a ring around it. (Photo: Miserabel Me)
These delicate flowers.
What a lovely little tattoo. That is, if you can avoid looking at the bandage on the heel. (Photo: Nando)
These skeletal formulas.
While the flashbacks to that horrid high school chem class start to roll in, you’re probably thinking to yourself why would anyone want to get tattoos of line-angle formulas on their wrists? Well, I can’t answer that question for you but I’m definitely thinking the same thing. However, they sure do look cool. I wonder if these are specific organic compounds or just Jon Boy getting creative. (Photo: Jon Boy)
These intertwined hearts.
Two intertwined hearts supposedly have the same meaning as two intertwined circles. Never ending love. Could there possibly be a better choice for a set of couple tattoos? (Photo: Jay Shin)