This delightful dotwork design.
Cool water droplets play backdrop to this well-shaded dotwork design. (Photo: Roma Severov)
This yellow nucleus.
A sacred lotus flower fully opened reveals a cluster of golden yellow pistols. (Photo: Felipe Mello)
This large mandala side tat.
Here we have a large mandala patterned lotus flower. (Photo: Austin Huffman)
This geometric watercolor work.
Straight geometric lines make up this wonderful watercolor forearm tattoo. (Photo: Georgia Grey)
This spectacular thigh piece.
Beautiful. (Photo: Aleks Mothra)
This pastel lotus flower glyph.
Recently triangular glyph designs have been getting a lot of ink time. This creative design uses pastel shades and multiple triangles to form one large triangular glyph. (Photo: Karl Marks)
This subtle hyperrealism work.
This gorgeous sun-drenched lotus flower looks as if it’s just opening up to morning day’s sun. (Photo: Dmitriy Samohin)
This contrasting stomach tattoo.
This perfect outline.
To add color, or not to add color, that is the question. Well, Fredao works exclusively in black and grey ink so this design likely won’t be seeing color anytime soon. (Photo: Fredão Oliveira)
This little dragonfly.
Bright pink ink and a touch of yellow give this hyperrealistic piece an in-your-face mind-boggling persona. (Photo: Jose Carlos Del Campo)