This sun and moon mobile.
More dangling items hanging from a crescent moon. How cool. (Photo: Eli Bischof)
These blackwork phases of the moon.
The darkside of the moon refers to the back of the moon which is never visible from the surface of earth. This is due to earth’s tidal forces that slow the moon’s rotation. (Photo: Noksi)
This delightful gradient.
Showing us that bigger isn’t always better. Who wouldn’t want his colorful little crescent moon? (Photo: Tattoo People)
These matching forearm tats.
So simple yet so elegant. (Photo: Ilwol)
This tricep tat.
This amazing forearm tat.
Here we have a creative moon and lotus flower design accented with a little linework for good measure. (Photo Hira Lupe)
This mandala masterpiece.
This mesmerizing mandala pattern fills in a crescent moon cradling an unknown city. (Photo: Laura Weller)
These creative phases of the moon.
This phases-of-the-moon design uses creative linework to illustrate the eclipsed portions of the moons. (Photo: Karry Ka-Ying Poon)
This detailed moon.
As you probably know, the craters on the moon were caused by asteroids and meteorites that collided with the lunar surface over time. Because the moon has no atmosphere or weather, the moon’s surface is rarely disturbed, leaving it’s craters intact over the course of time. (Photo: Doctor Woo)
This fantastic forearm tattoo.
How cool is this. (Photo: Fatih Odabas)