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Wing Tattoos

Wing Tattoos
I usually like wing tattoos a lot but I am not sure how I feel about this set of them. Apparently on the back of a guy, which is a little strange, these wings seems to be formed by what appears to be long and thin root type of material rather than be made up of wings covered with feathers which one would normally expect to see. I have never seen a set of wing tattoos just like this before and while I do find them interesting I don’t really like the design very much. I prefer the traditional looking wings.

These are meant to be angel wings of some type I am sure but I do not know what type that may be. This strikes me as something that would come out of the woods or the trees or something like that. I am not at all sure and I am not going to guess. All I can say is that they look earthy. If anybody out there know what these are meant to be I would love to hear from you. Really.
There are many different styles and types of wing tattoos and this is a picture of one that you do not see very often. It’s a much smaller one than what is popular now and only takes up a small part of the back of ones shoulder. I can only guess as to its meaning and to the meaning of the intertwined rings in the middle of these wings. The wings are probably meant to be angel wings and that typically stands for a supernatural being who is looking over us and looking out for us. It can also stand fro grace and beauty and possibly the whimsical ability to fly away whenever the world get to be too much. We’d all be flying away if that were possible, wouldn’t we?

As far as the rings go your guess is as good as mine. Perhaps they are meant to stand for a bonding of sorts. A joining of two souls if you will. Or perhaps the connection between two hearts. Something having to do with love and a relationship I would think. As far as wing tattoos go this much smaller on could be a good alternative for someone who wants one that doesn’t cover the better part of their back.

Tribal Back Tattoos

Tribal Back Tattoos
Tribal Back Tattoos
Now this here is a very complete example of what tribal back tattoos look like when they are completed. And this one is a pretty wild looking one, isn’t it? And is it just the way I am seeing it, or is that tattoo meant to be making a big face? Do you see it? I certainly do. Maybe the face of a warrior. Maybe the face of a dragon. I don’t know, but it sure is a face just the same. Eye, nose, mouth, forehead. They are all there as clear as day to me.
Maybe this is not a warrior face or a dragon. Maybe it is meant to look like one of those warrior masks, the ceremonial style masks I mean. That much I would believe if someone told it to me. Of course I would tend to believe anything I was told about tribal back tattoos because I really don’t know much.

Whatever kind of face it is meant to be forming, this tattoo is a good tattoo and it’s hot. It looks good and it makes this person look good and frankly I am a bit jealous of this person and their ink. It’s time for me to start looking into one of these tribal back tattoos for myself.
Tribal Back Tattoos
Tribal Back Tattoos
If your contemplating getting a tribal back tattoo you should be sure to choose a design that reflects you aesthetic tastes and personal style. Once you have decided, the hardest and most important part comes: searching for the perfect design to put on your skin. Time and effort is mandatory in finding this perfect design. It can make or break your tattoo and how people will appreciate it. Take the time and the effort, it is definitely worth doing. Here are some tips on finding that elusive design for your tribal back tattoo. One good idea is to find a site which specializes in tattoo images. This site should help provide you with a unique design exclusively for your own use. Once you have chosen your design, you can work with a tattoo artist, and further customize this design for you. This way, your design will truly reflect your unique and personal taste. On pay tattoo sites you will also find groups and communities of other tattoo lovers. These people have a lot of passion and information to share; they are the perfect people to ask anything about your new artwork, especially if you’re a first-timer. Follow these suggestions and you’ll be that much closer to you new prized tribal back tattoo.

Evil Tattoos

Evil Tattoos
Evil Tattoos
When people talk of evil tattoo designs they are usually referring to either horror tattoos, as the one shown in the picture, or tattoos that use pagan symbols. This latter category of tattoos mainly deals with the fact that what may be called as "occult". These images are in association with the white witchcraft which has another name called Wicca, the Viking Runes, The Tarot and other magic craft and prophesy. Images like the pentacle which is a five pointed star, or the Athame which is a double edged blade that is used for white witchcraft. There are also images in relation with the four elements which are the fire, water, earth and air. All of the above mentioned images fall under the Wicca tattoos. Many people tend to think that these occult gothic tattoos are evil tattoos. For all those who think like this let me make you clear that what you think is absolutely wrong. These images neither have evil qualities nor do they have anything to do with so called ‘Satanism’. These images are just the signs of prehistoric religions in the medieval period, which gothic tattoo lovers dig out and celebrate by getting these designs etched on their bodies in ink. And the horror designs are not evil tattoos either, nor they do they represent a serious sociopathic personality. It’s just a design that’s cool and shows one’s love for the horror genre.
Evil Tattoos
Evil Tattoos
When the topic of evil tattoos are mentioned in public circles, it’s usually in reference to classic horror designs depicting demons and ghouls or tattoos that are of an occult nature. The former characterization is what the grim reaper design in the photo alludes to. It’s a cool design but is far from being an evil tattoo. The grim reaper is a potent symbol of death and a graphic reminder of the transitory nature of life. The grim Reaper and the skull were often used as symbols in medieval and renaissance art as a stark reminder of the fact that life is finite and hints powerfully at the afterlife that awaits us. The grim reaper is often associated as an agent of Satan or the devil, but this is not necessarily the case. The grim reaper is death. Whether the soul goes to heaven or hell or ends up in purgatory depends on the kind of life lived by the recently deceased. So, as you can see this design is by no means an evil tattoo. It’s just symbolic of it’s deeper intrinsic meaning and because of that it often stirs feelings of discomfort in people who view it. But, how seriously can you take the design when it features the grim reaper riding a motorcycle. A cool tattoo? Most definitely. An evil tattoo? I really don’t think so.

CHINES TATTOS SYMBOL STYLE OF CULTUTER


Chinese symbol tattoos are rapidly growing in popularity all round the world. In fact, more than six thousand people search for the phrase "Chinese Tattoos" on the internet every single day. But that's not surprising as Chinese symbol tattoos are extremely beautiful and mysterious

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Kanji Tattoo Picture

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Bird Tattoo Designs

Bird Tattoo Designs
Bird Tattoo Designs

Sagittarius Tattoo Designs

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Angel tattoo

Angel tattoo
Tattoos are generally used as expression of status, spirituality, or simply a means to defy convention. For instance, a tattoo design that may be a direct representation for an individual may be the butterfly tattoo designs which sometimes represent the birth of a baby. Or someone may choose religious tattoos as a dedication to their faith. And, the dragon tattoo may represent defeat or courage. Historically, tattoos and tattooing are extremely controversial, eliciting both positive and negative reactions from people all over the world. Unfortunately, society lacks education about tattoos; their history and their significance. If people were actually educated with the informationArticle Submission, they may appreciate the legacy and uniqueness of the art.

Tattoo Signs

Tattoo Signs
Although tattoo removal is possible; removing the actual pigmentation is typically expensive and painful. It is recommended that you carefully think about your tattoo ideas as it is ideally a permanent fixture. Once you have decided to get inked and you have thoroughly looked through a tattoo gallery that has a variety of tattoo pictures and tattoo designs, then you must locate a reputable tattoo artist. The artist must practice good sanitation and is very aware of basic tattoo health risk. The tattoo professional must also be informed of the proper tattoo aftercare.

Armband Tattoo Designs

Armband Tattoo DesignsDespite the taboo surrounding tattoo art, the tattoo industry is virtually celebrated. Currently, tattoo searches are ranked in the top 50 amongst popular search engines. During the 1900’s, the tattoo gallery was ranked the sixth fastest growing retail venture. Consequently, every language is a favorite for tattoo designs; from tribal tattoo designs to Japanese and Chinese characters or symbols.

The tattoo industry has become extremely versatile in its market locations and designs. It has truly proven that ‘skin’ is in. Since 1936, it was estimated that at least 10 million Americans had at least one tattoo. By 2003, those numbers had nearly tripled. An incredible 36 percent of persons between the ages of 18- 25 and 40 percent of those aged 26- 40 had at least one tattoo according to a survey completed in 2006. The female tattoo gallery and feminine tattoos began to shine due to the increase in tattoo art amongst female actresses. Subsequently, it is safe to say that the tattoo culture predominately exists in society as a result of the growing number of celebrities who are inked along with their presence in movies, songs and art. Unique as it may be, tattoo history is still evolving in the attempt to beauty oneself.

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