This ornamental wrist work.
This LGBT piece.
This awesome wrist work won an award for the coolest LGBT tattoo…ever. (Photo: Tumblr)
This realistic flower.
Gorgeous. (Photo: Char Mcgaughy)
This blackwork sugar skull.
Sugar skulls are to the Day of the Dead kind of like Easter Eggs are to Easter. The tradition of making sugar skulls dates back to the early 17th century when Italian missionaries introduced the craft to the Americas. Since then, Mexican’s have been decorating sugar skulls in every way imaginable to celebrate the Day of the Dead.
Never give up.
An inspirational phrase done up in luxurious white ink. (Photo: Caitlin Finney)
More cherry blossoms.
Because you can never have enough cherry blossoms, right? (Photo: Asao)
Science-inspired tattoos have been making huge push during the last decade. These serotonin and dopamine molecules fit perfectly together. (Photo: Joice Wang)
This kaleidoscoping pattern.
From pink to purple to blue to green. (Photo: Off The Map)
This Sun of May.
The Sun of May appears on the flags of both Argentina and Uruguay. The word May comes from the May Revolution which took place at the end of May, 1810 and marked the beginning of the two country’s independence from the Spanish Empire. (Photo: Matt Roe)
This ornamental mirror.
The way this artist illustrates the reflection of the mirror is nothing short of spectacular. (Photo: Kat Worrall)