This cutout deer.
I have top scientists working on whether this is piece of fabric with a deer cut out or just an insanely awesome tattoo that’s blowing innocent minds across the globe. (Photo: June)
This reasonable ritual.
Did you know the handshake’s origins can be traced all the way back to ancient Greece? (Photo: Joice)
This colorful palm branch.
Or is it a fern? (Photo: unknown)
This stained glass piece.
This is an amazing design. Why don’t we see more stained glass tattoos? (Photo: Marsel)
This desert design.
This dotwork desert design is something special. (Photo: Ben)
This blackwork rose.
This mandala work.
Just a touch of red spices things up nicely. (Photo: Wang)
This dotwork design.
Perhaps an old mill? Sarah’s unmistakable negative space dotwork is always a pleasant addition. (Photo: Herzdame)
This peacock feather.
This soft wispy peacock feather is one of my favorites. (Photo: unknown)
Notice the small earth. (Photo: Chapel)
This geometric lion.
No words. I have no words. (Photo: True Love)
This creative dotwork creation.
Black hole sun, won’t you come. (Photo: Kim)
This lacework piece.
Lacework designs make for some of the most beautifully intricate ink. (Photo: Lorna)
This adorable panda.
And the award for possibly the cutest baby panda tattoo ever goes to. (Photo: Jumilla)
This minimalistic lotus flower.
It’s so minimalistic it’s almost unrecognizable as a lotus flower. (Photo: Iron Buzz)
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