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Flower and flowering plant tattoos. The flowering plants, also known as angiosperms, are the most diverse group of land plants, with more than 295,000 known species.
One of the floral tattoos that have gained popularity in recent years are the pressed botanical tattoos. The pioneers of this procedure are artists like Rita Kit and Pis Saro, who have created incredibly realistic looking renditions of these pressed flowers by dipping them in stencil ink, and transferring that to skin, essentially using the plant itself as a stencil. Organic and beautiful, we can hardly think of a better way of getting your favorite flower tattoo.