This elephant and his ball.
If you haven’t seen an elephant pushing a ball with stars on it around a circus tent, then your childhood was severely lacking. Or ours was. Either way, this elephant tattoo is absolutely amazing. (Photo: Anna Bravo)
This crescent-shaped mandala moon.
Another fantastic example proving that mandala designs go with anything and everything. (Photo: Ishi Neve)
This cat sitting on a crescent moon.
Here we have the outline of a cat sitting in a crescent moon splashed with drips of watercolor ink. (Photo: Jainha Espadas)
This fancy moon with a face.
Scrolling designs decorate this female moon’s pronounced chin and forehead while a large negative space star burns brightly in the background. (Photo: Christopher Worker)
This beautiful black & grey ink moon.
Here we have an incredible dotwork moon decorating the thigh of this lucky individual. The numerous dark colored craters look almost like the continents of Earth. (Photo: Ariel Niräkära)
These dotwork flowers.
This wonderful watercolor work.
Cosmic watercolor goodness wanders down this mans forearm like spilled milk. (Photo: Krist Karloff)
This neo traditional blue moon.
Fraser’s neo traditional work is some of the best we’ve seen. If you haven’t checked him out yet, head over to his Facebook page for his full portfolio.
This tiny galaxy.
Now this is cool. Every teenage girls dream tattoo? I think so. (Photo: Masa)
These horizontal moon phases.
All lined up like ducks in a row. (Photo: Dexter Kay)