This delightful watercolor work.
This work definitely belongs to a woman. Hearts n’ all. (Photo: Simona Blanar)
Longitude and latitude.
Longitude and latitude lines date all the way back to the 3rd century BC and are still used to this day. (Photo: Badalona)
This mandala back piece.
You can stare at this work for hours and never get bored. (Photo: David Brown)
This creative thigh tat.
A watercolor work with a few added geometric shapes for good measure. (Photo: Ale)
This minimal globe tattoo.
Abstract. Nice. (Photo: Joice Wang)
This linework map.
Our favorite tat on the list. Segmented vertical lines come together for a nice clean look. Bravo. (Photo: Underrated Ink)
This lowly galaxy.
Symmetrical tattoos are coming back in a big way. (Photo: Joice Wang)
This single continuous line.
Well, perhaps two continuous lines in this case. Iranian artist Mo Ganji creates devastatingly divine one line tattoos which have earned him over 100,000 Instagram followers. (Photo: Mo Ganji)
This wondrous watercolor work.
This may well be the most geographically accurate representation of a world map on this list. (Photo: Asao)
These points of interest.
Here we have a uniquely creative POI map featuring the Statue of Liberty, Christ the Redeemer (statue), The Eiffel Tower, The Sydney Opera House, The Great Pyramids of Giza, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, and something in Asia which escapes us. (Photo: Seyoon Gim)