This is pointillism at its very best. The way the flatness of the “water” spilling out of the vase contrasts with the texture and volume of the vase itself is especially mindblowing.

There was a time when only the criminal element had tattoos but as everyone knows this has not been the case for many years. Aquarius tattoo ideas are completely mainstream now and they have been for some time. There are still places on the body that make a tattoo taboo, and the hand is definitely one of those places.

Poseidon was one of the 12 Olympians in Greek mythology and the one most closely connected with water. Aquarius is the constellation of the water carrier.

Here’s another outline yet to be finished that looks good as it is. The falling water almost looks like tentacles at its endpoints, which is a great way of combining different maritime motifs for even more dramatic effect in the design. We wonder what color scheme the artist is going to go for in order to fill it in and finish the piece.

It’s going to be interesting to see where the artist takes the aquarius tattoos idea from here during the next sitting. Will he continue combining aqua blue with black -a combination that we have already seen works quite well with Aquarius tattoos for guys- or will other complimentary colors be worked into the mix.

Aquarius is the zodiac sign for February the 14th, which explains the significance of the Roman numerals here.

The pointillism and the modern composition definitely make this piece stand out from the rest of the pack. The inclusion of the Aquarius constellation is definitely a good conversation starter. What an interesting tattoo!

The Aquarius constellation is a zo]diac constellation, meaning that the moon, the sun, and all of the planets in the solar system periodically pass through its boundaries.

Once again we see Japanese style wave motifs working in conjunction with Greek mythology for a truly cross-cultural tattoo design. Notice the armband on the figure’s right arm.

These two squiggly, parallel lines form the universally recognized symbol for Aquarius. Getting this tattoo done on the ribs right under the nipple must’ve hurt, but the intensity of the sensation is part of the appeal of getting a tattoo in the first place, isn’t it?

[the_ad id=”18525″]