In many pain charts made by tattoo collectors, spine tattoos are ranking high, and yet, they are still very popular, proving that pain and potential epidural risks are not discouraging the tattoo lovers… The vertical placement of spine tattoos are making them very elegant but also require a good mastering of tattoo techniques from artists, so choose wisely. Some celebrities have chosen backbone for their subtle tattoos, revealing them with open-back clothes, but real ink addicts can see things bigger with bold and creative tattoo designs… Wishing to adorn your vertebral column, but not sure yet of the design? Then, you might find some inspiration with those tasteful examples of spine tattoos…Geometry is indeed a great idea, elegant and bold at the same time. Here by Ben Volt. The bigger and the more intricate your design will be, it will also be the more painful. Here by Chaim Machlev from Dotstolines. Dainty tattoos can be very sensual. Here by Marie Roura of Epure Atelier. The spine is important in a spiritual and medical way. Colorful chakras tattoos by James Kern. The mysterious beauty of Kenji Alucky’s work. Less is more: by Kris Davidson. Spine is a grea placement for delicate polynesian tattoos. Here by Manu Farrarons. You can also go badass. Here by Maxime Buchi. By Romain Tatouages. By Roxx. Impressive Samoan spine tattoo, could you tell who is the artist please? Calligraphy and letters are very popular for spine tattoos.