This adorable arrow.
For those of you looking for the tiniest of arrow tattoos. (Photo: Anna Bravo)
This awesome forearm work.
Another arrow tattoo decorated with circular patterns. Someone please help us out here. We know there’s a name for this design we just happened to be absent that day in school. (Photo: ST)
This dotwork design.
Interesting. (Photo: David Tombu)
This touch of watercolor.
This cool arrow tattoo on hand.
This decorative bicep tat.
This beautiful black ink arrow.
The arrow is one of the few weapons still is use today that predates recorded history. Although it’s not known what culture or group of people were first to use the arrow, it’s probably safe to assume that it’s design was independently discovered time and again by different cultures and at different times throughout history. (Photo: Nic LeBrun)
This wooden arrow design.
Wood grain tattoos always look so cool. (Photo: J. Trip)
This flamboyant fletching.
Fletchings are the strips of feathers attached to the end of the arrow to stabilize it during flight. Modern arrows use plastic instead of feathers. (Photo: Rachael Ainsworth)
This collection of dotwork arrows.
Five dotwork arrow tattoos decorate this lucky individuals arm. (Photo: Sinead Stewart)
This fantastic forearm tattoo.
Frank’s created a few of these artistic arrow tattoos but this is our favorite. (Photo: Frank Carrilho)
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