This playful bicep tat.
These dotted arrow shafts.
For those of you looking for a cool tiny arrow tattoo design. Look up. (Photo: Jai Cheong)
This amazing watercolor arrow on foot.
What a unique location for this large watercolor design. Big splashes of red, blue, and green decorate this arrow with a single purple feather connected to two small beads. (Photo: Daniel Baker)
These gorgeous blackwork arrows.
These bold blackwork arrows combine for what can only be described as an epic pair of shin tats. (Photo: Manuel)
This peacock feather.
For as long as arrows have been in use, feathers have been the stabilizing force that keeps arrows flying in a relatively straight line. However, this decorative peacock feather is just that, a decoration. Feathers were commonly attached to spears (think large arrows) by Native American tribes for both symbolic and decorative purposes. (Photo: Sean)
This creative arrow tattoo.
This semi symmetrical design consists of numerous arrow designs. Can you count them all? (Photo: Vikas Malani)
This delicate design.
It’s pretty tough to pick out the lightly drawn arrows in this piece but they’re there if you look close enough. (Photo: Mini Lau)
This abstract arrow tattoo.
Here we have a wonderful abstract geometric creation complete with a three-dimensional arrowhead and an awesome retro color scheme. (Photo: Alex Ejsmont)
This lovely design.
We featured this design on an earlier list but found it just too amazing to leave off the list. These three tiny arrows have so much detail and color that this design must have been executed under some sort of magnifying glass. (Photo: Banul)
This colorful creation.
Notice the level of detail the arrowhead exhibits. (Photo: Orianne-Marjorie Heneman)