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20 Shoulder Mandala Tattoos for Women and Girls (17)

A handful of L.A. motifs pop up in Woo's work on the regular. "Everyone loves palm trees," he says. "I'm guessing that it makes everyone feel like they're at the beach or somewhere tropical, or in Cali — and that's a good feeling."



Beautiful. Made me think of you @Morgan Wallace cause of the Hawaiian flowers (:

ARTIST: Chad Dorr // beautiful tattoo sketch. I like this but instead, a cypress tree and an ocean wave :)

ladyhead tattoo | Tattoos Boat Sailboat Ocean Sea Tattoo

By far amazing. The color is flawless.

Tattoos and doodles: Plumeria flowers and waves. Love this as a possible tattoo for our Hawaii beach wedding - plumeria being the flowers of my bouquet.

I like the design a lot, but I would change it to "if his grace is an ocean, we're all sinking."

beautiful seahorses in love | Hearts Greeting Cards | Hearts Cards | Greeting Card Templates

Nautical tattoos look best on someone else (30 pictures) CLICK HERE | The Ocean VoyagerThe Ocean Voyager

Blue Shell Art Print - Fasciolaria Sycotypus Blue - Ocean Decor - Beach Decor on Etsy, $8.00

Sailboat watercolor tattoo

I drew this thing a few months ago after I found it because I love it so much.

infinity wave - pretty cool

study for large painting, one of the four/five elements, gouache, 2014 inkhead

I love skulls or tattoos that r made of multple other little things. I love the detail

Not all stars belong to the sky I like reminder for those of us in earthbound experiences. It gives me power being in my place. © Angi Sullins & Silas Toball

authorjpk: ~ LIMITLESS ~ JPK

Heart beat and waves. I swim and love the water. It simply makes my heart happy. Done by Shane Baker at Powerline Tattoo in Cranston RI.

Drifting Jellyfish | Urban Threads: Unique and Awesome Embroidery Designs

20 Small Tattoos With Big Meanings | The Odyssey

Traditional African mud cloth symbols: Each piece of mudcloth tells a story. No two pieces are alike and each pattern and color combination has a meaning. The Smithsonian Institution put together a website with Flash video that steps you through the process The website & video were created in 2003 when Mali was featured at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival.