TH-INKING of getting a tattoo? Architectural permanent body art seems to be a hot trend at the moment.
People have been showing off their intricate designs on Instagram, which take inspiration from some of the world's most famous landmarks.
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Dozens of social media users have been flaunting their architecture-inspired tatts.
While some have opted for delicate designs on their backs, others have building illustrations that almost span the entire length of their body.
Many have chosen for the tatts to be inked on in black and white, giving a more realistic feel to the pieces.
From Big Ben to San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, here are some of the best architectural tattoos on Instagram…
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Bridging the gap
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The Queen of all tattoos
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Will you be Russian to get this done?
Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner!
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New York, New York!
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While these jaw-dropping tattoos might encourage you to brave the tattooists chair, not all inking trends look like they're going to catch on.
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