Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral tattoos on a black background that turn parts of the body into art, Tattoo artist from Chicago Esther Garcia prefers to do botanical tattoos, but fills not just flowers and various plants, and create them on a black background, which makes it work in a work of art.

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background


Sweet peas and garden roses, along with butterflies and birds, appear from black palettes framed by stylized patterns. Garcia, who is mostly self-taught and has twenty years of experience as a tattoo artist, is known for lush botanical drawings and her artistic approach to tattoos based on floral arrangements.

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Her current series of tattoos on a black background began as a solution to conceal old tattoos (a new tattoo specifically designed to hide an old tattoo that was no longer needed). You can see more of Garcia's tattoos on Instagram , waiting for 110K subscribers, see future projects on her Butterfatstudios website .

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

Floral Tattoos on a Black Background

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