Turkish tattooist Eva Krbdk takes the saying It’s all in the details as a personal challenge—just take a look at one of her breathtaking landscape tattoos. And being able to cram so much detail in such a small space is something that Eva should be proud of. After all, the more detail a tattoo has the more interesting it is. But if you’re thinking that detail alone does not guarantee a quality and interesting tattoo design then don’t worry. Because every drop of ink is placed with extra care by Eva’s tiny needles. I’ve come across some pretty spectacular examples of landscape tattoos, so when I tell you that Eva’s are among the best, you should take my word for it. After you’re done being amazing by the content below, don’t forget to share this list with your friends so that they can enjoy it as well .
As you’ll notice, Eva loves circular landscape designs, but that doesn’t mean her rectangular designs aren’t equally impressive. Eva’s ability to create lifelike waves is otherworldly. I can’t recall another artist that rivals her in that particular area.
Where the Wild Things Are
I know this is a children’s book, but when I was little it used to terrify me. But enough about me, let’s take a second to appreciate how well executed this tattoo is. I’m assuming all of Eva’s designs are done freehand, which makes her work even more impressive.
A Van Gogh landscape
Like many famous artists, Van Gogh’s work isn’t that good, but it is great—if that makes any sense. His visionary style was way ahead of his time and his consistency throughout his lifetime made his work super recognizable. Van Gogh tattoos are awesome, and no one does them better than Eva.
I feel like every one of Eva’s designs needs a silhouetted father and daughter holding hands in the foreground—it just makes the design so much better. I fell in love with this design the second I saw it. And ever since then, it’s been an ongoing affair.
An elephant at the beach
This is a shot of the tattoo soon after it was inked. I know this because Eva posted a photo of this design after it had some time to heal, and I can tell you that the healed photo looks just as good. So if you’re wondering how these designs age, I’d say pretty well.
Cherry blossom trees
Of course this landscape probably could have been inspired by a number of different countries, but to me it reminds me of a lake in Japan with the cherry blossoms blooming and Mount Fuji in the distance.
A back mural
If you haven’t noticed already, most of Eva’s designs can be found on the wrists and forearms of her clients. There’s nothing wrong with that of course but oh how beautiful this back piece looks. I’d love to see an even larger piece in Eva’s future.
A streetside cafe
Do I dare say that this design looks even better than the original? Van Gogh’s Cafe Terrance at Night is perhaps one of the most recognizable paintings in the world. It’s over 120-years-old yet it’s still inspiring us all these years later.
A colorful night sky
It’s not everyday that you see a donkey sitting atop a mountain playing a banjo. Yet I feel like we would be great friends. If there is a context to this design it’s over my head. However, I can still appreciate the heck of out this design even If I don’t fully understand its meaning.
A view from a plane
Here we have another view from a plane. The out-the-window view isn’t the most popular travel photo for no reason. Just looking at this design gets me excited for my next trip. That is, if I ever took trips.