Tattoos are not for everyone, they are for people who have a strong self-expression and sense of identity. Choosing the perfect tattoo design is tough, especially getting the right one that reflects your passion, feelings, emotions and mantra. You can roam over Instagram for some inspiration. Click on to follow some of the incredibly talented artists on Instagram to get inspired a lot and envied a bit.
Sasha Unisex — @sashaunisex
Sasha’s designs include animals and flowers in playful blocks of watercolour.
Dr Woo — @_dr_woo_
Artist Brian Woo, aka Dr Woo, uses pointillism or dot work to create delicate geometrical tattoos.
Bang Bang Tattoo — @bangbangnyc
The artist specialises in ornamental pattern design, traditional American-Indian tribal designs, and black and grey realism.
Rosa Bluestone Perr — @bluestonebabe
Rosa creates small, minimalistic, stick-and-poke designs that are feminine in spirit or as a client says, “De-masculinizing the tattoo experience.”
Michelle Santana — @mnsantanatattoo
Delicate, minimal yet highly detailed, small, feminine, these are some of the features that describe the tattoos.
Zihee — @zihee_tattoo
The Korean tattoo artist Zihee uses almost every colour in the palette to create a tropical painting on your body.
Curt Montgomery — @curtmontgomerytattoos
Curt Montgomery from Toronto follows a high realism style featuring lines of varying thickness.
Sol — @soltattoo
The tattoos by Korean artist Sol appear soft and delicate, are inspired by watercolour painting, and feature flowers and pet animals.
Mo Ganji — @moganji
Mo Ganji creates intertwined figures, animals, birds, and portraits using a single curvilinear line that changes its thickness to add depth.
Corey Divine — @coreydivine
San Francisco-based artist, Corey Divine’s tattoo designs feature mandalas dot works, sacred geometry vectors and objects that represents spirituality.
Rit Kit — @rit.kit.tattoo
Ukraine-based Rita creates intricate tattoos of leaves and flowers using real plant parts as stencils.