These amazing tattoos are the work of Bicem Sinik who takes a minimalist (yet intricate) approach to create beautiful designs including animals and geometric patterns.
See more examples after the break.
These intricate geometric tattoos are the work of 33-year-old Brian Woo aka “Dr. Woo of Shamrock Social Club in LA. He started with his first tattoos when he was only 13 and has since become a highly sought after artist with a 6-month client waiting list. It’s easy to see why.
See more examples of his work after the break.
I’ve seen a lot of tattoos in my day, and this Big Trouble In Little China sleeve tattoo is one of the best. As detailed as it is, it’s still a work in progres by Paul Acker, owner of Deep Six Tattoo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Truth be told, the next time I get a tattoo, I may need to get on a plane, cause, wow.
Head after the break to see more pictures of this stunning tattoo.
Friend of redditor yllwsnow2 got super wasted and decided to tattoo this hot mess on himself (though it could be just a marker drawing). The burnt-to-a-crisp Charmander is based on HatBoy’s brilliant Tim Burton-styled Pokemon.
Naturally, the Internet ran with it. In no time at all the tattoo was a meme that evolved into t-shirts, bottles, jewelry, cross stitch patterns, and more.
See some of the best tributes to this awesomely bad tattoo after the break…
Fashionably Geek reader EmmaLee previously sent us pics of her Firefly Serenity tattoo in progress, and followed up with these updates.
Working with artist Aarron Laidig at Red Region, her “Leaf on the Wind” watercolor tattoo has been joined by beautifully dramatic flowing leaves. Next month she plans on adding blue wind elements, paint brush platters, and the words “Watch How I Soar”. I can’t wait to see her completed piece.
Check out an additional pic after the break…
This back tattoo combines Star Wars with feudal Japan to create an incredible scene. While Luke and Vader duel, Leia sits reading a scroll featuring plans for the Death Star. Ignigokt and Err from Aqua Teen Hunger Force were there too.
Redditor Mneneon has a birthmark on his hand an arm that resembles a map of a world that doesn’t exist. He traced the edges in black to highlight the continents (a tattoo would be awesome) and he plans to name them at some point—preferably with the help of a linguist or a cartographer. I can definitely see an entire story unfolding based on this imaginary world.
See more pictures in the gallery after the break.
This amazing tattoo sleeve will turn your eyeballs into dirty liars. Unfortunately, details are lacking, so we don’t know who created, or who wears, this inked masterpiece. However, we are afforded a good look thanks to the video after the jump, which is repetitive so you can try over and over again to take it all in.
First came The Dress, then the memes about The Dress, then t-shirts based on the meme about The Dress and now?
Now 24-year-old Texas piercer Daniel Howland has a tattoo about the meme about the dress because they thought the meme was “stupid”.
What’s next? A series based on The Dress?
Check out his Instagram post after the break.