This gorgeous glyph.
Waves break the lines of this triangular glyph in spectacular fashion. (Photo: Anna Yeshova)
This minimalistic wave tattoo.
Another single continuous line wave tattoo no doubt influenced by the work of Iranian artist Mo Ganji. (Photo: Lone Wolf)
This dotwork/linework wave tattoo.
The two styles combine beautifully but aren’t seen as often as you would think. Resident Bang Bang tattooist Joice Wang’s eclectic style always manages to produce wonderful works of art no matter what the challenge. (Photo: Joice Wang)
This tropical tricep piece.
Here we have a full blown tropical beach scene which looks almost like it could be the most complex woodblock cut ever. (Photo: Kadu)
This tiny island.
This borderless composition features a beautiful sun peeking out of a few fluffy clouds. (Photo: Roma Severov)
This minimal wave tattoo.
Showing us just how beautiful simplicity can be. (Photo: Fernanda Prado)
This lovely display of linework.
Some seriously heavy linework is on display in this diamond-shaped glyph tattoo. (Photo: Lera Breger)
This Fibonacci wave tattoo.
Color meets style in this beautiful example of a Fibonacci labeled wave. Adrian always impresses with his keene eye for color. (Photo: Adrian Bascur)
This black ink thigh glyph.
Look familiar? This is obviously one of the more popular designs on the list. (Photo: Sou)
This rectangular Hokusai wave tattoo.
Anyone know what that symbol stands for in the upper left hand corner of the photo? (Photo: Dylan Kwok)