These lovely lines.
Lovely linework culminating in a frosty breaking cap. (Photo: Anya)
This inner-arm work.
We can never tell if Jon Boy’s work is done in a muted tone or if it’s just a soft filter. Probably the filter. Here we have a stormy sea with a couple flying fish doing what they do. (Photo: Jon Boy)
This single continuous line.
Our favorite wave tattoo on the list. Iranian artist Mo Ganji quit his corporate job to create these one of a kind minimalistic tattoos done using only one continuous line. (Photo: Mo Ganji)
This spectacular shore break.
Okay maybe shore break is a bit of an understatement. This terrifying tsunami is more like it. Linework and waves go together like PB & J. (Photo: Roma Severov)
This wicked watercolor work.
Lili Krizsan has style, that’s for sure. This watercolor wave tattoo uses bold black lines for maximum effect.
These matching couple tattoos.
The internet loves a good pair of couple tattoos and so do we. (Photo: Perelyakina Elizaveta)
This dotwork anchor and wave tattoo.
This nautical-themed dotwork illustration has an old world tin type feel to it. (Photo: Won)
This tubular sunset.
This beautiful realism piece captures a surfer’s view perfectly. Any avid surfer will appreciate this work for the instant wave of nostalgia it evokes. (Photo: Nerina Clare)
This gorgeous foot piece.
Clean, clear, and crisp are the words that come to mind when one views this elegant foot piece. But then again, what else would you expect from Sasha Masiuk.
This circular back piece.
Multiple crashing waves done in a unique style. (Photo: Victor Herrero)