This watercolor flower.
Jules Boho is another one of those artists that has completely mastered the watercolor technique. Her designs are almost all exclusively watercolor in nature and some of them are truly breathtaking. And I should clarify that by some I do mean all.
I’m not actually sure what is going on here but it’s beautiful. I’ve always said, anything done in color can be just as beautiful in black and grey. This appears to be some sort of negative image but for all I know it could just be a black and grey ink portrait of a flower.
This circle of trees.
There are few things as romantic and as magical as a forest of pine trees covered in a fluffy white blanket of snow. And without being too obvious, Sol managed to capture that majesty in an ever-so-subtle way that only an artist of his caliber could.
This mountain range.
Mountain ranges are one of nature’s most impressive creations. There’s no denying the awe-inspiring effect a towering mountain range can have on an individual standing at its base. So it should come as no surprise that many women choose to have these rocky peaks forever sunk into their skin.
This astrology piece.
I absolutely live for tattoos so it’s super embarrassing to admit that I only recently discovered Jeon’s amazing work. His art sort of reminds me of Balazs Bercsenyi’s to a certain extent, and you can bet that you’ll be seeing more from him in the not to distant future.
Here we have another cosmic animal tattoo, but this time it’s a whale on the wrist with a shadow—so you know she’s out of the water ;).
This ear flower.
It seems like anytime anyone gets a tattoo in this location it’s always some sort of floral design. I’m not saying that I don’t see other designs in this location (I absolutely do), it’s just that flowers completely dominate it, which is understandable when you see how beautiful most of the designs are.
Pandas were blessed with one of the most adorable color schemes in the animal kingdom. Sometimes we forget that pandas are super scary bears in real life because of all the cartoon depictions and cuddly Youtube videos of baby panda bears.
A floral back piece.
Floral designs with long stems that follow the spine are a neat concept. I’ve been seeing them for years in photos but I’ve never actually seen one in person which is a shame. Despite the fact that I have literally seen hundreds of these designs, I don’t think I’ve ever come across one that wasn’t done in the watercolor style, which can’t be true now that I think of it.
These cherry blossoms.
Just when you think you’ve seen every possible way to ink a cherry blossom, Nando comes out as surprises us with this highly original look which can only be described as eye-opening. Again, another wonderfully staged photo that manages to make even the faintest of designs the center of attention.