This beautiful brushwork.
Wonderful black brushwork makes for a truly breathtaking design. (Photo: Lee Stewart)
This watercolor work.
A smaller watercolor flamingo on the forearm. (Photo: Adrian Bascur)
This dapper darling.
A brightly colored flamingo complete with top hat and monocle. (Photo: Uncl Paul)
This delightful dotwork design.
Elegant. (Photo: Wanderly)
This wicked forearm tat.
A tiny pink flamingo set in front of black and white ribbons. (Photo: IDA)
This perfect pair.
These appear to be the same person’s legs but why only one sock? (Photo: Meri)
This bad ass blackwork design.
Awesome. This looks like a design you’d see on a roll of Japanese wallpaper. (Photo: Andre Cast)
This painted piece.
Although it’s not known for sure, we believe flamingos stand on one leg to conserve much needed energy. (Photo: Nina)
This beautiful beach scene.
This rope-framed tropical beach scene depicts a flamingo with black and pink feathers. Flamingos have black feathers under their wings which are only visible during flight. (Photo: Jussi Kokkarinen)
Only one foot in the shit.
It’s funny cause it’s true. (Photo: Pat)