Some of the most impressive tattoos on the planet are done in this style, a mix of blended colors and blurred lines to create beautiful works of body art. If you're in the market for a new tattoo, don't miss these designs.
This striking bird tattooed on Savannah Peterson by artist features a dynamic blend of turquoise, magenta, tangerine and other colors that pop.
The Fibonacci sequence definitely has an ink-cult following, but this version by artist is unique in its color palette and style.
A simple camera outline by is accented with a big splash of color, making it more eye-catching than the average wrist tattoo.
This bold hot air balloon tattoo by becomes even more impressive once you realize how seamlessly the balloons weave and overlap with one another.
As if torn from a botany book, this half-sleeve by from is made up mostly of blended blossoms — but look a little closer and you'll notice an edgy skull in the mix.
Commemorative tattoos don't need to be names or faces — they can be symbols too. In this case, Prince fan Laelonie Marie had tattoo artist accent her "Love Symbol" design with a watercolor background in (what else?) purple.
Part wild animal, part black-and-white skull, this spectacular design by is a watercolor masterpiece.
For makeup lovers, this tattoo of a multicolored pout by is a bold way to celebrate a love of all things beauty.
Splashes of cobalt, magenta and coral transform a simple concept — long flowers with a hummingbird — into an awe-inspiring half-sleeve by tattoo pro .
For Jody, who works at a winery, this watercolor design by , which features a stunning bunch of purple grapes with sweeping green leaves, was the perfect tattoo for her back.
This rainbow flower by is so pretty, you almost don't notice the best part: a small bunch of petals that have "landed" on her left wrist.
Another stunning design, this tattoo features a tree figure kneeling as a blend of ivy, jade and pear colors make up its "leaves."
It takes a seriously skilled hand to create such delicate flowers, but that's exactly what tattoo artist from has done with this lavender, lilac and violet design.
Another option for photography lovers: transforming a camera lens into a work of watercolor art, the way artist did here.
If Peter Pan's favorite phrase is your personal mantra, you may want to take inspiration from this fun Disney design by .
This bold buffalo head by combines remarkable artistry, graceful lines and so many different eye-catching colors, making it a one-of-a-kind half-sleeve.
This blue-and-red "birds of a feather" interpretation by tattoo artist offers a totally different way to wear these beloved symbols.