Last year, some pretty epic tattoos were inked.
Few things can go viral as quickly as a well-executed tattoo design. Tattoo photos have gone viral since the viral era, but the past year has been particularly noteworthy, with exceptionally many tattoo designs regularly featured among the most popular, pinned, and popular social media images. Besides the plethora of innovative and creative tattoo designs that went viral this year, the tiny, minimalist designs were part of this year's Cinderella story.
If you're looking for the perfect tattoo, life can be tough. On the one hand, you want to find a tattoo design that will take your breath away and last for so many years. On the other hand, you want to get a tattoo now . AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Last week. This usually leads to a compromise between the two, but not always. As with everything, preparation is key, and when it comes to tattoo designs, consider as many examples as possible. To help you get the ground under your feet and get the best of both worlds, let's take a look at some of the most popular tattoo designs from the past year. You will certainly be impressed.
The hibiscus triangle.
Felipe Kross is one of the best in the industry for creative tattoos, which we often call "triangular or circular glyphs." We are pleased to announce that we have participated in the presentation of his work to more than one hundred thousand people who appreciate it as much as we do. This hibiscus triangle is named one of the most popular and memorable tattoo designs of 2016. (Photo: Felipe Kross)
The peacock feather.
Although this tattoo is not as viral as some of the other designs on our list, it certainly got the wow vote. With regard to tattoo designs that have developed virally, various factors play a role and generally fall into two categories. Tattoos that people save and pass on because they are serious about getting a tattoo in the future. And the tattoos that people save and exchange, depending on their beauty and their impression, whatever their level of difficulty. They see tattoos like the ones mentioned above, and a lot of others like that. Like many other works of art, it is possible that a handful of artists may be able to achieve something close to the original design. (Photo: Balazs Bercsenyi)
The Bluebonnet forearm piece.
Floral tattoos are almost a league when it comes to viruses. This means that the number of viral distance floral tattoos corresponds to the number of non-floral natures that have gone viral. It's like that. This branch of bluebonnet flowers perfectly matches the clothes and shows how important the composition can be. (Photo: Amanda Wachob)
The soothing quote.
As many people have already commented, this ancient quote, which originally did not relieve hardship and helped wealthy people to remain humble, was not originally a quote of the lord of the rings . This quote was created in Fin's signature font, which is one of our most popular fonts. (Photo: palm tattoos)
The watercolor elephant.
Much of Pis Saro's work is becoming more and more viral, choosing a few of his tattoos for this list was a daunting task. This superb watercolor elephant was executed with so much style and skill that it is hard to believe that it was created using needles and inks. (Photo: Pis Saro)
Birds in a row.
This minimalist tattoo design has become so viral that several temporary tattoo companies have decided to produce their own – very similar – version and market it to the masses. And as you can imagine, the number of Copy-Cat designs following this design is overwhelming. (Photo: Tusz za Rogiem)
X-ray flowers are perhaps the coolest images ever colored. Originally inspired by 1930s X-ray radiography, these fascinating designs reveal the elegant lines of nature in the absence of color. (Photo: Tom de Vries)
The circular tree of life.
Crisp, crisp and so tempting that you've probably forgotten the other tattoos on this list. This circular tree of life has everything you could want in terms of independent reporting. (Photo: Maria Fernandez)
The flower shorts.
Last year, large pieces of flowers like the peonies featured above dominated the summer scene. Anna Bravo and her breathtaking floral paintings often come to mind when it comes to large floral arrangements, especially peonies. However, when it comes to flower tattoos in general, it's hard to beat the details and the soft vintage feel of the wonderful work of art by South Korean tattoo artist Grain. (Photo: tattoo artist Korn)
The colorful watercolor has risen.
(Photo: Ewa Sroka)