This issue features some great new tattoo ideas: the four-leaf clover, the classic lucky charm which has been turned into 41 designs and women’s faces inspired by the masks of the Dia de los Muertos, the Mexican Day of the Dead.
You’ll also find a series of angels and demons with 19 new designs and 12 brand new fairy designs. Also in this issue: the delicate tattoo designs of dandelions (Taraxacum officinale), the plant whose flower turns into a ball of fine white ‘hairs’, containing its seeds, which are carried away on the wind. Traditional style skulls, wings, winged hearts, kittens and small bees in cartoon style, lettering, butterflies, stars, tribal flowers, masks, classic, Polynesian and Maori tribals, Japanese characters (known as “kanji”) of the samurai and designs of geishas. Lastly I’d like to point out the three pages dedicated to the zodiac flowers, where the design for each zodiac sign is shown alongside the flower that best represents it.