Ethereal Nature Tattoos Inspired By Changing Seasons – Design You Trust

Ethereal Nature Tattoos Inspired By Changing Seasons


Crimean tattoo artist Pis Saro creates beautiful tattoos inspired by nature. Her style is somewhat peaceful and edgy at the same time, while the tattoos, which are created for both men and women, have so much detail and color that they could even be mistaken for real plants!

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“The mood of my art changes with the seasons,” Saro explains to Illusion Magazine. “I grow flowers and watch them attentively, looking at each fractal detail in petals and leaves. They’re not as simple as they seem! I like to study plants, animals, and birds of different countries, too, always searching for new ideas.”


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