This blackwork Alphonse Mucha piece.
“Alphonse Mucha was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements, postcards, and designs.” Some of his most well known pieces are advertisements featuring women drawn in his signature style as seen above. (Photo: Otavio Borges)
Stunning back shoulder hydrangeas.
With Korea hosting the largest variety of different color hydrangeas, it’s no wonder Banul likes to use them so much in her work. Well designed and well executed. (Photo: Banul)
This pink rose.
Rigoni’s abstract watercolor works are always attention grabbers. Flooded with bright colors and geometric shapes, each of his designs feature bold lines that offer a subtle level of contrast which really brings the piece together as a whole without appearing cluttered. (Photo: Chris Rigoni)
This lower leg piece.
So much mesmerizing ink here. The dotwork pattern in the center of the heart couldn’t have been done better. (Photo: Flo Nuttall)
These matching floral designs.
These matching tattoos remind you of the ink experiment you did in grade school where you fold the paper in half and see what the corresponding image looks like. The dark purple and green leaves give each piece a warm and soothing feeling. (Photo: Mariya Summer)
This sketch style flower.
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