If you’re running to the sea, surfboarding in tow, or just enjoying a romantic walk on the beach while the waves peacefully break in the background, the waves are probably one of the more seductive creations. The first wave of tattoos, probably native to the Pacific Islands cultures, especially Maori and Samoa tribes. Simple single line designs and minimalist recurring wave patterns were commonplace at this time and still remain to this day. Over the years, as the art of body and technology has evolved, these simple patterns have turned into more elaborate and intricate works of art. With the resources tattoo artists have at their disposal today, if one can imagine, it can be inked. Let’s take a look at some of the best examples of the wave tattoos created today.
Formed by gravity and surface tension, the waves of water can be terrifying, amusing, impressive, and even therapeutic.