This subtle infusion of color.
This tiny diagram.
This ship tattoo looks like it was done with a pencil. Unreal. (Photo: Doctor Woo)
This neo traditional back piece.
A wonderfully feminine neo traditional back piece featuring a ship inside a snow globe. (Photo: Matt Houston)
This adorable shin tattoo.
Straight from the pages of a children’s book, this delightful circular shin piece is pure magic. (Photo: Miss Hask)
This highly-detailed leg piece.
Shading game too strong! These sails have an unbelievable vintage feel to them thanks to some out-of-this-world shading by South Korean artist Grain.
These billowing sails.
This vibrant American vessel.
As far as color ship tattoos go, it doesn’t get much better than this. A starry night occupies the background while an exaggerated full moon lights up the night sky. (Photo: Shaman)
This amazing upper arm work.
Here we have a freshly inked blackwork ship tattoo covering most of the subjects upper arm. (Photo: Gemma Leigh)
This cute calf tattoo.
Here we have a small ship at sea decorated with a row of lovely pansies in Sasha’s trademark style. (Photo: Sasha Unisex)
This decorative foot piece.
Gold scrollwork frames the lower portion of this lowly ship tattoo while the remainder is encased in a beaded rope. A melting red to orange sunset serves as the backdrop to a triple-masted tall ship. (Photo: Eilo Martin)