A rose? Sure. Flames? Sure. Both are common motives in the history of tattoos, but this tattoo gets it to another level with its detailed work on the fire, beautiful and delicate shading on the leaves and the placement wich sets a statement!
The Oryx head got tattooed in a blackwork tattoo style. Only black ink got used, no gray, no shading. It's a piece looking like it was made on the computer, with it's really graphic design.
Small simplistic maori partner tattoo. If you know nothing about polynesian tattoos you might mistake it for a geometric looking blackwork symbol. Regardless it's a nice timeless piece, perfect for a never-ending relationship.
This dark script on the ribs is just stunning the amount of detail in something that is basically only a shape is stunning. The lines in the script that are broken into pieces, makes it feel rustic, like an old engraving from a few years ago. The twists and twirls in the letters are doing a great job making the text interesting to look at. One colour, no shading but no need for it in this amazing tattoo!
This symbol looks like the sun, but in a very simplistic approach. The placement on the hand fits perfect. The simple all in black aesthetic always look good as a tattoo and especially on the hand. Well placed, clean fine lines and good looking minimalistic design, makes for a sick tattoo!
"You can't blame us. Disney taught us to rebel at a young age." This not so stereotypical Blackwork design features some fine lines, and an overall simple art style. It seems like Disney is hiding a small secret.
Simple Lines but grafic! the tattoo schows a steam locomotive wich is a type of railway locomotive that produces its pulling power through a steam engine. These locomotives are fuelled by burning combustible material usually coal, wood, or oil to produce steam in a boiler. Bolt Lines and a lot of Black makes this tattoo stand out.