Tiny, Super Minimalist Tattoos That Are Subtle But Striking – Design You Trust

Tiny, Super Minimalist Tattoos That Are Subtle But Striking

If you like the idea of getting a tattoo, but do not want a design that is too conspicuous, these tiny and minimalist tattoos may be exactly what you are looking for. Here’s a collection of such subtle but eye-catching tattoos by the tattoo artist Jonathan Valena to inspire you.

More info: Jonathan Valena, Instagram (h/t: instyle, designtaxi, nytimes)

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