This lavender ear tat.
This ear tattoo is done to perfection. What a unique location. (Photo: Nando)
This watercolor fox with butterflies.
Possibly inspired by a scene from The Fox and the Hound? (Photo: Stupenka)
This tasteful globe.
This abstract dotwork globe is accented with geometric lines and shapes as well as a few leaves. (Photo: Tattooist Flower)
This watercolor bird on a branch.
OK, what came first, the tattoo or the shirt? (Photo: Jemka)
This rose on forearm.
Here we have a dotwork rose surrounded by a triangle. (Photo: Diego Monteiro)
This fancy rose.
A pretty pink rose is always a popular tattoo design for women. Especially if you have the chance to get one from the talented South Korean tattooist Banul. (Photo: Banul)
This cooky cat.
Created using a series of lines, this cat is cute, if a little bit scary. (Photo: Panakota)
These spray paint roses.
Uncl Paul is known for his unique spray paint/graffiti style. Not to be confused with the watercolor technique, the graffiti style has been adopted by several artists but we have to say, no one quite does it like Uncl Paul. (Photo: Uncl Paul)
This crazy cool back piece.
What is this craziness?!? Awesome. (Photo: Gergo Augusztiny)
In the past two years x-ray tattoos have become a thing. The first examples to show up were flowers, followed by virtually everything else including these blackwork butterflies. (Photo: Marshall Smith)