Wouldn’t it be fun to have a tattoo so cool everyone who saw it instantly went red with jealousy? Well take note, because you’re about to witness some pretty spectacular designs that are guaranteed to be coveted by any and all who lay eyes upon them.
These spiraling shapes.
While we have no idea what these actually are, they look like something the creative kid in class use to draw in their notebook during study hall. Be right back — gonna grab a Sharpie and practice. (Photo: okanuckun)
This floral glyph.
Dotwork, blackwork, whatever label you wanna give this piece is fine with me, just don’t forget to include “Amazing.” Soft colorless flowers fit elegantly into a triangular glyph. (Photo: Felipe Kross)
This space cat.
This hot air balloon.
Here we have a diamond-shaped glyph encompassing another gorgeous blackwork/dotwork design. Mountains, sun, clouds, a perfect composition if ever there was one. (Photo: La Lupita Studio)
This tiny bouquet.
Because who doesn’t love a good minimalistic bunch of flowers. Or are they dandelion heads? (Photo: Pink Tattoos)
This geometrical cube.
This first time I saw this piece I experienced a minor mental breakdown while my body was overcome with so much joy I could taste it in my mouth. It doesn’t get much better than this folks. (Photo: Matteo)
This boat at sea.
This boat scene looks like it was taken straight from a children’s book it’s so wonderful. A curious individual walked into a tattoo studio, got this tattoo, and lived happily ever after. The end. (Photo: Kaia Holbrook)
This dotwork sea shell.
More specifically, a scallop shell, which is a name given to a number of sea dwelling clam species, and if you haven’t seen how these little guys get from point a to point b on the ocean floor, you should check out this video. It’s absolutely fascinating. (Photo: Ash)
This impossible symbol.
Impossible symbols are names given to a category of designs that seem as if they never end. I’ve seen a few, but this dotwork design definitely tops the list. (Photo: Tom Defieux)
This dotwork swirl.
This swirling space feature looks like something you’d wanna steer your ship far away from while navigating the cosmos. Not sure if that red thing is an owie or just part of the design. (Photo: evgennefer)
This symmetrical symbol.
Bold black lines give this gorgeous symmetrical design a clean and crisp look. I’m not exactly sure what style of design you would classify this work under. Hybrid mandala perhaps? (Photo: Pink Tattoos)