This black and grey ink back piece.
This sprawling back piece looks like an x-ray of two large roses and a skull. (Photo: Fren4i)
This laughing skull.
Another epic piece of ink from Fredao. (Photo: Fredao Oliveira)
St George and the Dragon.
St. George and the Dragon is a popular folk tale that can be traced all the way back to a Georgian text from the 11th century. Today the story is retold mostly in the form of children’s books where St. George slays the mighty dragon. This tattoo stays true to form with its engraved style that looks as if it might have accompanied the original text from the 11th century. (Photo: Sanghyuk Ko)
This DaVinci skull sketch.
Leonardo da Vinci’s anatomical sketches were groundbreaking to say the least. Most of us tend to think of Da Vinci as a painter, which he was, but it may come as a surprise to you that only 15 paintings have been positively attributed to the great renaissance man. However, we do have thousands of pages of doodles which included his famous anatomical sketches which were truly ahead of his time. (Photo: Doctor Woo)
This large floral skull on thigh.
Another beautiful floral skull, this time located on the thigh. (Photo: Antonio Proietti)
This skull with headdress.
The master of the dotwork tattoo strikes again. (Photo: Lawrence Edwards)
This money skull.
Here we have another Day of the Dead sugar skull complete with 100 dollar eyes. (Photo: Isaiah Negrete)
This sternum skull.
Watercolor and amazing. (Photo: Paolacurradoottat)
This heavy blackwork hand tat.
Deep cavities are illustrated with heavy blackwork fill. (Photo: Alex Bruz)
This circuit skull.
Because why not? Notice the heavy shading on the left side that really makes the piece. (Photo: Matt Pettis)