In this issue:
cats, dogs and other pets also in minimal style (and not only). Wolves, foxes, tigers, lions and other wild animals in different versions: realistic, geometric, traditional, dotwork, minimal style, pop surrealism and single line.
The moon and tattoos from outer space – bring a hint of mystery and the desire to discover new things.
Tattoos highlighting femininity: called, with a touch of irony, chandelier tattoos, as these do in fact recall chandeliers with their glass or crystal pendants. There's a wide range of these ornamental designs that are ideal for the wrist, the underboobs, shoulder or thigh, the ankle or other areas of the body.
Flowers standing out against a black background introduce a new style: the blackout tattoo.
Black features once again with dotwork and Black Art, a style that works well with high-impact designs: spectacular Viking warriors and Odin, the Norse god.
Tattoo School: how to draw an eye.