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Amazing Chest Tattoo Design

Wed, 24 Nov 2010 19:42:00 +0000

A chest-wide montage of awkwardness

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There’s such a thing as overkill. Any tattoo containing Q*Bert qualifies for this category.

For the most part, I think this one speaks for itself. However, allow me to point out the tasteful wrap-around of the nipples by the artist, preserving those tiny lions’ manes of cultivated, whispy nip-hair from discomfort, and yet still allowing their owner to display them proudly alongside those long, exceptionally muscular Q*Bert legs.

Archangels Tattoo - Angel Tattoo

Fri, 17 Sep 2010 07:39:00 +0000

(image) The Archangels are the seven Angels that stood before God in the Revelations. These Angels are the closest to God in the heavenly order. The Archangels are the divine messengers between the humans and God. They are the battlers of the Sons of Darkness. The most famous of the seven Archangels is Michael. Michael is believed to have led the battle against Lucifer (another Archangel) in the great rebellion. Michael is usually depicted in body armor, holding a large sword, with wings out swept in readiness.

Cute Tattoo Ideas For Girls

Wed, 01 Sep 2010 00:55:00 +0000

Cute Tattoo Ideas For GirlsLooking for cute tattoos for girls? Cute designs can really make a girl more sexy. Let me now share some cute tattoo ideas for girls, and give some tips about what to look after, and the where and how when looking for cute girly tattoos.One of the first things to consider is the location of your tattoo. It is important to remember that if you want to work in a formal environment it may not be a good idea to have a large tattoo that will be seen by your potential boss. Good tattoo locations for cute tattoos are on the ankle, stomach, neck, wrist or lower back. Tattoos on the lower back are also known for being very sexy. Some locations are more painful and expensive than others to get tattooed on, so keep this in mind when deciding on the location for your tattoo.Next, you should choose what kind of artwork you want. For cute tattoos, popular choices are flowers, stars or hearts. It is also important to know the meaning behind the tattoo you will be getting. There have been cases where artists have been caught giving tattoos with unwanted meanings or misspelled foreign characters.When it comes to the size of the piece I recommend a small one if it's your first. That way, you will know whether you can withstand the pain of getting a bigger tattoo later. Small tattoos are also not that expensive to remove if you later regret getting tattooed.To find the best and cutest tattoos for girls you should take advantage of online tattoo galleries. There are plenty of designs that have been made that you can choose from and bring to your local tattoo studio.[...]

Tattoos for Girls - Some More Tattoo Ideas

Wed, 01 Sep 2010 00:53:00 +0000

Sporting tattoos has become a thing of fashion today, especially amongst girls. Men have been sporting tattoos for a very long time. But the popularity for tattoos increased when women also started sporting them. A tattoo is seen as a way of making a statement. Tattooing is a body art that has become a rage amongst the girls during the recent years. Until a few decades back tattoos were considered to be a taboo for girls. Any girl sporting a tattoo was considered to be a rebel and a woman with loose morals. All this changed when you had women celebrities started sporting the tattoos on their bodies. It was only a matter of time before tattoos became an acceptable thing in the society.

There are many tattoo designs to choose from that it becomes very difficult if you do not know what kind of tattoo you are looking for. Given below are a few ideas which will help you find a suitable tattoo for girls.
a) Heart tattoos are very popular amongst girls. The heart is a symbol of love and the heart tattoo reflects romance and love. There are many girls who opt for a heart tattoo with the name of their loved one written across the tattoo. The heart tattoo is available in a variety of shapes, designs, patterns and colors.
b) A Butterfly tattoo is another one that is a suitable tattoo for girls. A butterfly symbolizes the delicate and pretty form of the feminine. It reflects love, peace, etc. According to a survey it was found that the butterfly tattoo is one of the top five popular tattoos amongst girls.
c) One more tattoo that is very popular amongst the girls is the angel tattoo. Angels symbolize purity, innocence, etc and are quite often depicted with white robes and bright lights or as winged little creatures.

I am here to make things really easy for you however. There are close to 700 tattoo membership's site out there but we know the top 3. How? Because I have access to a site that lets me know stats such as users, return rates and consumer ratings. So my wife and I made a blog of the top 3 tattoo sites out there. We did a male and female section since some are more geared toward women and vice versa.

Sexy Tattoos - Simple Ideas You Need to Know That Will Make Your Next Tattoo Very Sexy

Tue, 24 Aug 2010 15:04:00 +0000

Sexy tattoos are the rage these days. Everyone seems to want one but there is no real agreement on exactly what makes a sexy tattoo. Here are some great, simple ideas that will help make your next tattoo very sexy.

First off, a sexy tattoo, no matter where it is placed or what the design, will only be as sexy as the person wearing it. The attitude of the person wearing the sexy tattoo is very important. How does that person carry themselves? If they project a sexy air about them that definitely helps make the tattoo sexy. So remember, half the battle is with you. If you want that tat to be sexy you have to be sexy too.(image)
Something else you may not be aware of is that may tattoo artists will refuse to place the name of the person you are in a relationship with in a private place of your body. Tattoo artists know something you do not-the relationship that is working so well right now may not last forever. When the relationship ends you will have tattoo regret and come back and want that tattoo in the private place removed. Also, there is a karma thing in the tattoo world that says if you do have a partners name tattooed on you it tempts fate and is likely to bring about an untimely ruin of the relationship. Bad karma-not a good thing.

Be sure to think forward with that sexy tattoo in terms of where you will have it placed on your body. Think about how that area of your body might change over the years. If it is placed in a area that might grow from pregnancy, or sag with old age-it won't be sexy when that happens. Remember tattoos are forever, the shape of your body is not.
Some great areas for a sexy tattoo include: lower waist area just above the pelvic region in the front, and the small of the lower back. These areas are very suggestive and are not likely to change in shape as you age.

If you choose to have a tattoo placed in the lower back region-go for something small. A small design will be considered sexier that a big design that spreads over your whole waist line-that could be considered a tramp stamp.

Any place that is considered a private part of your body is generally a good place for a sexy tattoo. The fact that it is private and only for certain people to see, makes it sexy.
Other areas that are more visible that can make for a sexy tattoo are just above the bikini line. Especially a well designed tattoo that points from above the bikini line toward the pelvic region can be very sexy. A shooting star tattoo design that trails down can very sexy.

Asian Girl With Dragon Tattoo on Back

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Asian Girl With Dragon Tattoo on Back

sun tribal tattoos

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Avenged Sevenfold Tattoo

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Avenged Sevenfold Tattoo

red dragon tattoo designs

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Miami Ink Tattoo

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Miami Ink Tattoo

Tribal Japanese Dragon Tattoo - Tips on Getting Your New Tattoo!

Wed, 30 Jun 2010 08:10:00 +0000

(image) Are you ready to get a new tribal Japanese dragon tattoo? This article will help you with your decision!

Picture this, the first time you go out proudly sporting your new tattoo you come face to face with that identical tattoo on someone else. You just lived your worst nightmare. Creepy, huh? Well, here's the good news, with a little planning you can go a long way towards making sure that never happens.

So here's the thing. When you are researching your tribal Japanese dragon tattoo graphic you are probably going to want to do a Google Image search. You will no doubt find plenty of fine examples for your tattoo; because tribal tattoos are very popular right now. The problem with this method of finding your design is that about a million other people are doing the exact same thing, looking at the exact same images, and carefully picking the same perfect graphic as you. You see the problem, don't you?

To narrow the field then, you should check out some of the pay tribal Japanese dragon tattoo sites. They're not expensive, but the extra step of paying for a service keeps most people from ever even getting into these sites to have a look. Already you are part of a more exclusive group. Not only will you have access to custom graphics that you would not otherwise find on the web but you will find sites that specialize in only tribal tattoos. You can find out what elements of the tattoo are important to you, and in doing this you can really develop a tattoo that is unique to you. And that is the point, after all, isn't it?

So once you commit to ink, do yourself a favor and use the best resources available by visiting some of the pay tribal tattoo sites.

Good luck getting your new tribal Japanese dragon tattoo!

Sexy Tattoo Designs For Women - The Butterfly - Magical, Mystical, and Drop-Dead Sexy

Sat, 26 Jun 2010 16:29:00 +0000

(image) The Butterfly: Grace, Beauty, Historical Symbolism

Without question, one of the most popular and sexy tattoo design choices for women is the colorful butterfly. And the symbolic butterfly continues to gain in popularity revealing a dominate feminine influence throughout tattoo culture.

There is a worldwide agreement, generally speaking, that colorful butterflies represent the feminine mysteries of life. Because of the butterfly's relatively short life span, many ancient cultures saw it as symbolizing the impermanence of mankind and his time on earth.

Some cultures attribute the butterflies flitting from flower to flower as representing the human soul, constantly seeking satisfaction of body, mind, and spirit.

Greek Mythology And The Goddess Psyche

In Greek mythology, the beautiful Psyche was the personification of the soul and the Goddess of Beauty. Psyche, in all her beauty, was represented in art, paintings, and sculpture with butterfly wings. She was said to have a free airborne soul, and represented in art with beautiful butterfly wings.

A romantic and lovely feeling among both ancient and present day Greeks is the belief that a human soul comes to life every time a butterfly emerges from its cocoon. Yes, the colorful butterfly is seen as a symbol of transformation, re-birth, and flight.

A Belief That Butterflies Carry The Souls Of The Living And The Dead

Even today, many native cultures believe that butterflies carry souls from heaven to earth. Butterflies, in many cultures, are still believed to be the souls of the departed.

In some south American cultures, there are butterfly goddesses still regarded as symbols of beauty, love, and the spirits of the dead and departed.

Some of the Butterfly deities in ancient Mexico were looked upon as goddesses of war, human sacrifice, and symbols of feminine mother earth.

Not Just For The Ladies Though

It must be pointed out that the butterfly isn't the sole domain of the feminine. The Roman Emperor, Augustus, chose it as his personal symbol. Some male warrior priests of Mexico and south America wore the butterfly symbol on their armour plates.

In Japan, the Butterfly, has become a popular symbol for young women and girls, representing the change from young girl to mature woman.

In China, it continues to be a cultural symbol of marital bliss and harmony.

The butterfly tattoo design truly represents magical transformation and feminine change. A beautiful sexy tattoo design of a lovely butterfly can be a mystical and magical symbol for women.

Favorite spots for the butterfly design are the shoulders and lower back. The most popular spot on a woman's body for the butterfly is the lower back. It seems a tattoo on a woman's lower back tends to hypnotize male observers. The butterfly: a tattoo design with powerful mojo.

The Reason Behind the Power of the Lotus Tattoo

Sat, 26 Jun 2010 16:28:00 +0000

(image) One good way to express your personality and your individuality is by means of a tattoo. Every tattoo design carries with it a certain meaning and symbolism that can represent you. The choice is up to you; you can choose from a wide variety of designs. Certain types of flowers, for example, give you a good choice for a design. A lot of people like flowers for this purpose. And when it comes to flowers, the lotus flower is a very popular choice. These flowers carry a significant amount of meaning.

And the meaning of a lotus flower is rooted in the way in which it grows. You don't usually think of the bottom of a still body of water is something pleasant; in fact, "pond scum" may come to mind. Yet it is here that the lotus flower gets its beginning.

The lotus flower begins to grow at the bottom of still water. Its beginning is as a small bud attached to a vine. The vine begins a gradual climb towards the surface of the water. What is interesting is that the bud keeps facing downward, even as the vine goes up towards the sun. When the bud is close to the surface, it finally turns around to face the sunlight. Once it reaches this state and it's free of the water, the flower blossoms into a stunningly beautiful state.

The symbolism is obviously powerful here. Namely, that something so beautiful could have risen out of the slimy muck of the bottom. Yet this is the progress it makes - from an ugly start to a beautiful finish.

These are some of the meanings of the lotus tattoo:

* It represents love and the nostalgia that goes with it
* It symbolizes birth and the beauty that rises with it
* It stands for a new beginning in life

So not only is the representation of the lotus flower something grand, it can also be something truly beautiful. If you can find a tattoo artist who can capture this beauty for you, you are bound to have a great work of art show up on your skin. The lotus flower tattoos tend to take on the vibrant colors that they have in real life.

A lotus flower tattoo is indeed a great choice if what you are after is a truly beautiful tattoo. You can be sure that this kind of tattoo will command a great deal of admiration wherever you go with it. So don't hesitate to get your own.

Tattoo Designs - Kanji Symbols and What They Mean

Sat, 26 Jun 2010 16:27:00 +0000


Japanese Kanji symbols are very popular as tattoos as they are unique and they can convey a very personal and meaningful message in an artistic and exotic way.

Complex language

Kanji is one of three different types of alphabet character symbols used in a complex system of writing. The other two are Hiragana and Katakana. All three are used in different ways. Kanji conveys ideas in picture form, which may not always convey the exact meaning. Hiragana is sometimes used with the Kanji to modify or clarify the meaning.

Hiragana is used more for everyday use while Katakana is used mainly when dealing with foreign names.

The Japanese language contains literally thousands of characters. These were adopted from the Chinese, which have anywhere between 50,000 and 100,000 characters. Scholars disagree on the number but, as you can see, it is a lot. In everyday use in Japan there are around 2000 - 3000 characters.

Multiple meanings

One of the major pitfalls in choosing a Kanji tattoo is the actual meaning of the symbol. The meaning can depend on the context and can have up to ten different meanings. It is essential to do some research before having a permanent symbol on your body. Make sure you get an accurate translation or, better still, use an artist who understands Japanese. Some artists are reluctant to do Kanji because they are not sure of the meanings.

There can be good reasons for getting a Kanji tattoo - with one symbol you can express a thought or an idea or a philosophy and you can do it in an artistic and different way. However, Kanji is limited, as its symbol will express a simple picture or expression. It does not lend itself to more involved quotes or phrases. One of the other scripts may have to be used with Kanji to express your words. This is where an artist's knowledge of Japanese can become important.

Artistic expression

Japanese calligraphy is an art form. In fact, one artist believes the meaning of the symbol is unimportant as it is more about the look and flow of the script - more about the artistic expression. This would not suit everyone, as most people like to use a tattoo to convey a message to themselves or others. However, for those who do want to express themselves artistically, the opportunity is there.

Kanji tattoos can be attractive, artistic and meaningful, but they can be a trap for the unwary. Do your homework and make sure your tattoo means what you want it to mean.

Lion Tattoos Can Really Roar

Fri, 25 Jun 2010 02:59:00 +0000

You like the sound of a lion roaring? They tend to be both loud and fearful. The lion has a traditional reputation for its strength, courage, and power. And these attributes can be found in most cultures all over the world.

The lion has also been a symbol of royalty for thousands of years. The reason is that the lion is "The King of Beasts." The royalty of the animal kingdom.

People who choose to have a lion tattoo usually go for a realistic looking animal. Do you want a calm lion or a lion that's bearing its teeth in a thunderous roar? Any good tattoo artist can create a realistic looking lion on some part of your skin.

The choice of a size for a lion tattoo ranges far and wide. You may just have the lion's head represented. Or you can have the entire animal inked into your skin. Any size you choose, the size is up to you. Want a lion that's just a few inches big or one that covers your entire back or front? Or something in between?

A lion tattoo need not be complicated. Even a single color lion tattoo can look dramatic. Though the best looking tattoos use more than one color. Different colors can be used for the eyes, the mouth, the mane, etc.

One of the things you can do is to have your lion pictured in a natural habitat for lions. Either a jungle or an African plane setting may be used. The colorful background can make the lion stand out even more.

The cost of a lion tattoo, like the cost of any other kind of tattoo, is based on size and intricacy of design. The more the colors, the higher the cost. If you want a large lion with a natural habitat in the background, be prepared to pay for it.

In any case, if you are interested in projecting an image of strength and power, you can't go wrong with a lion tattoo. If the tattoo artist doing the work for you is a good one, you can really have a powerful symbol inked into your skin and displayed on your body. Having such a tattoo also puts you in the company of royal power and authority, because the lion is a symbol of these things.

Celtic Tattoos - 3 Designs and What They Mean

Thu, 17 Jun 2010 16:09:00 +0000

Celtic tattoos designs have been influenced by the long, complex history and culture of the people themselves. They are a spiritual people, with one foot in this world and one in the spiritual world. The modern designs have been influenced both by their earlier pagan religious practices, which were nature based, and their now long practiced Christianity.Most of their designs have reference to a deeper meaning. Their folklore is full of stories of the other world. Their art and symbols are heavily influenced by their pre-Christian pagan religions in which they worshipped nature. The sun, moon, stars and the earth were sacred to them, as were animals and the seasons. Later, after they were introduced to Christianity, their art included the cross, in various forms, but their earlier traditions were well established by then. This mixture is seen in their work today.Celtic Cross TattoosThis is the predominant symbol of Christianity but the Celts have given it their own unique design with the ringed cross. The cross, of course, represents the Christian belief itself while the circle can represent eternity or God's eternal love or the continuing act of salvation brought by Christ's death and resurrection.The symbol of the cross predates Christianity and can be found in ancient civilizations. Both the cross and the circle are found in a number of cultures. They have been found on rock carvings several thousand years old. The circle can represent the sun. Those not drawn to Christianity can find other spiritual meaning in the symbols.Celtic Knot TattoosThe Celts have made knot work their own but it has elements that evolved from earlier cultures and civilizations. The intricate criss-crossing and inter-weaving designs of their knot work is said to represent life itself. Life is a maze, complex, with each life interwoven with another's. The lines of the drawings are never-ending, representing the continuity of the natural cycle of death and rebirth. It can also represent the crossing over of the physical and spiritual world. It can represent eternity and the boundlessness of God's bounty and goodness. Animal forms are often intertwined, reflecting the people's earlier connection to nature and the animal world. The images of horses, dogs, birds and other animals can be found skillfully woven into the lines of artwork so that they become an integral part of the whole. Animal images were used in many cultures, often in the hope the wearer might take on some of that animal's skills or characteristics or simply link them spiritually to the animal.All these elements can be found in illuminated documents, such as the Book of Kells, which have heavily influenced modern Celtic tattoo designs.Celtic Spiral TattoosThe spiral has fascinated humans from earliest times. It appears on early rock carvings and in most cultures. It appears in nature in the horns of animals, in snail and seashells and in the galaxy. It has been studied by scientists and mathematicians and pondered on by philosophers. The spiral most associated with Celtic design is the triple spiral or triskele. The design is found around the world because the Celts made inroads into so many cultures. In earlier times it represented the sun but later came to be used in Christianity to explain the Trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Some see it as representing our spiritual journey to God - an ever-unfolding mystery. Others see in it our journey through life. It is a tattoo symbol full of mystery and can remind us of our own spiritual and emotional journey.[...]

Egyptian Tattoos - Amazing

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 08:42:00 +0000

(image) If you want to have some amazing body art then Egyptian tattoos would be a great way to go. Did you know that the Egyptians are responsible for introducing tattoos as a form of body art to South East Asia by 2000BC and there were many reasons to have a tattoo such as; religious purposes, medical, replacement of an amulet and a sign of status. I am going to go over some common styles that are present in Egyptian tattoos so it is easier to understand what would suit you best.

Egyptian Symbol Tattoos

There are many different symbols from ancient Egypt and they have very different meanings. There are some common ones that you see on tattoos and they are:

- The "Eye of Horus", which is the easiest to recognise. This symbol represents healing and protection but was also used as a measurement instrument because it has 6 different pieces.

- The Ankh is another very common Egyptian tattoo and symbol that can be seen on the chest, shoulders, wrists and ankles. It is the symbol of eternal life and there are many theories behind other meanings as well.

- The Winged Solar Disk can be seen across the shoulder blades very often. This represents the form Horus takes when he goes to battle.

There are many different symbols but these are the ones you will mostly see in tattoo form.

Egyptian God Tattoos

Again there where so many gods in ancient Egypt but only a few that pop up in tattoos. I will list them for you here:

- Anubis (head of a jackal) is the most popular god tattoo that you will find and he will usually be holding an ankh. He was the one who would weigh your heart to determine whether you were allowed to the netherworld.

- The next popular would be Horus who is a man with a hawks head. Horus was the king of Egypt and it was his magical eye that has become the most recognised symbol the Egyptian eye or the "Eye of Horus".

- Seth would be the final god that is popular as a tattoo. He represents the dessert, storm and violence. His nature was that of aggression against his enemies but loyalty to the sun god Ra.

Egyptian Hieroglyphics Tattoos

These round out the common Egyptian tattoos worn today and they do look very awesome. The Egyptians had pictorial and alphabet hieroglyphs that would be written in columns and rows. The hieroglyphics can be a combination of symbols and pictures but make sure that if you want to translate English to Hieroglyphs you use a reliable source. These tattoos generally can be seen on the ankles, wrists, spine and arms but you can put the tattoo wherever it looks good.

A Guide to Tiger Tattoo Designs

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 08:41:00 +0000


I would like to share with you some of the myths and legends surrounding the tiger and perhaps give you some ideas on finding the best tiger tattoo design.

Most tiger tattoo designs are of the head of the tiger and why not, the tiger has a regal look about it, a proud gaze that suggests strength and wisdom. As a matter of interest the Chinese hold the tiger in high regard, because the markings on the forehead are similar to the Chinese symbol for king.
A Tiger head tattoo design looks great blended with many other tattoo designs, such as, tribal, flowers, lettering, etc, and looks fantastic in a full arm tattoo design. As a matter of fact, no matter if you just use the head of the tiger, or the whole body, you can't go wrong. Now let me tell you something about the myths and legends of the tiger.

Tigers have been around for around 2 million years and over the years a lot of mythology has surrounded this majestic animal. In China the tiger is the 3rd animal in the Chinese zodiac. Yin and Yan are at times represented as a Yin tigress and a Yan dragon.

In early China history, the highest ranking general was known as "the tiger" as the tiger was seen as a symbol of life and death, destruction and aggression.

I won't preach to you about the decline of the tiger numbers due to the loss of habitat, but I will tell you that for many years every part of the tiger was used in Chinese medicine (even tiger wine. Yuk!). Thankfully, the Chinese government has put a stop to this practice, and dishes out severe penalties to poachers or anyone found selling tiger medications.

And if you thinking how nice it would to be up close and personnel with a tiger, then think again, a tiger can reach up to 3.3 meters (11ft) in length and weigh up to 300 kilograms (660 pounds). The jaw of the tiger is capable of crushing the vertebrae of any animal on earth (yikes!).

A tiger has been documented as killing a fully grown Rhinoceros (yes, fully grown!!), and tigers have been known to smash the skulls of domestic cattle with a swipe of a paw. Tigers are such successful hunters they get to dine on a variety of animals, like rabbits, wild boar, pythons, young elephants, bears and crocodiles (that's right, Crocodiles!).

In Asian culture the tiger is the king of the beasts. The tiger is also seen as a symbol of power, strength, and boldness (no argument there), which is a pretty good reason to wear one on your arm I'd say.

Gemini Tattoos - Hot by Popular Demand

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 08:40:00 +0000

(image) The Gemini tattoo is among the most sought after of the astrological tattoos. For people born between May 22nd and June 23rd, there are very many tattoo designs which are formed around the Gemini theme.

In astrology, Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac. The accompanying tattoo revolves around the symbolism of twins, and the concept of duality, with Apollo and Artemis the deity images usually invoked.

Gemini tattoos represent the idea of twins in a variety of ways, through for instance, the use of Roman numerals, the depiction of twin cats, and blazing skulls.

Also common is the depiction of wolves from ancient Remus and Romulus mythologies. Roman numerals such as II often form the base for simpler designs. Important also to note is that Castor, the head of the right twin, and Pollux, the head of the left, are the two most important stars of the Gemini and hence get real prominence in Gemini tattoo symbolism.

For many people, the favoured location for the Gemini constellation tattoo is the arm or leg, with black ink the favoured coloring. Other favourites include the lower-back and stomach. Courtney Fox of Friends spots a white Gemini tattoo on her stomach.

Gemini tattoo designs vary greatly. Some designs are simple and small while others are large and elaborate. The basic theme can always be mixed with your personal images or lettering.

Before you head off to the tattoo parlour for a tattoo, you should first decide:

1) The size you want the tattoo to be.

2) What part of the body you want the tattoo placed.

3) The pedigree of the tattoo artist you are visting. You want the procedure done by a professional artist with a good reputation, in order to avoid mistakes, and discomfort during the procedure.

Gemini tattoos are suited for the expression of characteristics associated with this astrological sign - speed, communication, inventiveness, travel, curiosity and dynamism. As you seek your Gemini tattoo, rest in the knowledge you are in perfect company.

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Tattoo Designs - Symbols of Strength

Mon, 07 Jun 2010 16:05:00 +0000

While you can choose a tattoo design that literally means "strength", as in Kanji, the important thing is to have a design that gives you strength. You can choose from a number of designs as long as the one you choose has a special meaning and significance to you. It may remind you of someone close to you or someone who supported you in troubled times. Maybe someone who was there for you when you were young and from whom you gained strength.Animal Tattoo DesignsA number of cultures used animal images to give them strength. The animals in their worlds they most admired would be a source of strength, endurance, and courage. By tattooing the animal images on their bodies they hoped to become more like them. Thus the image of a bear or lion or wolf would help the tattoo owners to become more courageous or stronger.This might apply to you - the person who gives you strength could be represented by an image of a powerful animal, one renowned for its strength and courage.Tribal Tattoo DesignsTribal tattoos can evoke images in the mind of tribal battles for leadership, fighting for survival or dominance, hunting wild animals, braving the elements. They can take us back to primitive man when life itself was a gamble and only the strong survived. Whether the tattoos were done as part of a rite of passage, or to denote a position in the tribe or as an animal totem, they were all done crudely which inflicted pain. Just having the tattoo said the wearer was a person of courage because of the pain endured. Indeed, some tattoos were done simply to test a person's ability to endure pain - a test of courage.Angel or Wing Tattoo DesignsPeople in the West are a familiar with Guardian Angels and as special messengers from God. Angels are also part of Jewish and Islamic faiths as well as a number of other religions and cultures going back to ancient times. They are usually represented as creatures with wings. An angel tattoo can remind us of strength as we are protected or inspired by these spiritual creatures. Wing tattoos can also act in the same way. Wings can give us a sense of protection, a sense of freedom - as in flight. How many oppressed people or prisoners or those who have lost freedom have dreamed of flying to freedom. Songs have been written about it.Maybe there is someone in your life you see as your guardian angel, someone who inspires you, lifts you up. Perhaps it is an event - something you saw or did that makes your spirit take flight. A tattoo design of an angel or a set of wings could bring this to mind, to give you strength.Cross Tattoos DesignsThe cross is an enduring symbol of faith, hope and love. It can be used to remind you to have faith when things turn against you. It can be used to sustain you through tough times. It can be used to remember loved ones and to connect to them in spirit to give you strength.There are other tattoo designs that can give you strength: the crown, a symbol of authority and leadership; the dragon, with its strength and magical powers; texts that are inspirational in themselves or favorite quotes of someone you love or admire. The tattoo design you choose to give you strength may be on public display but the feelings it evokes in you are uniquely yours. This is one tattoo that should be done just for you.[...]

The Power of Flower Tribal Tattoo

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 23:52:00 +0000

Tribal tattoo designs make the design of flower, animal and religious symbols and tribal flower tattoos are great variation of art and it is being greatly used by worldwide tattoo lovers.


Tribal flower tattoos are one type of ancient tattoo that can make you feel the essence of great cultural heritage. There is huge number of people are recognizing the value of the its body art. The bold strokes and curve designs are the combination of beauty and strength but now it is blended with fashion factor. The unique shapes and colors of tribal flower tattoos can really make you one from others tattoos fan. Normally the basic idea of imprinting it is done on one arm or on the back. These types of tattoos are really sophisticated and traditional.


In recent days tribal tattoos are executed and incorporated in different ways. Stark, black, arching lines and mirror-image patterns are the typical tribal tattoo patterns. Flowers are the most popular designs of it. Flower has become very popular and off course it is highly fashionable. There are lots of flower tribal tattoo designs and you can easily choose the perfect one for you.



The Beauty of Flower Tribal Tattoos

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 17:40:00 +0000

(image) If you go back in history, you will have the evidences that points out to the long time existence of tattoos. The first evidence was discovered in Egypt. There is a strong belief that the trends had utilized by many ancient tribal people around the globe.

The tattoo body art was the stigma of strength, vitality and status in the name of beauty. There are some tribal casts who use tattoo to ward off evil spirit and they think it can cure diseases. The tribal soldier uses it to symbolizing their great courage and mighty strength.

Tribal tattoo designers make the design of flower, animal and religious symbols and tribal flower tattoos are great variation of art and it is being greatly used by worldwide tattoo lovers.

Tribal flower tattoos are one type of ancient tattoo that can make you feel the essence of great cultural heritage. There is huge number of people are recognizing the value of the its body art. The bold strokes and curve designs are the combination of beauty and strength but now it is blended with fashion factor. The unique shapes and colors of tribal flower tattoos can really make you one from others tattoos fan. Normally the basic idea of imprinting it is done on one arm or on the back. These types of tattoos are really sophisticated and traditional. Creativity is the perfect word which is intimated with the tribal flower tattoo.

In recent days tribal tattoos are executed and incorporated in different ways. Stark, black, arching lines and mirror-image patterns are the typical tribal tattoo patterns. Flowers are the most popular designs of it. Flower has become very popular and off course it is highly fashionable. There are lots of flower tribal tattoo designs and you can easily choose the perfect one for you.

You can search your favorite flower tattoo design in internet because there are lots of websites of tattoo makers and most of them provides their works portfolio on their website so you can easily select the best design. Rose, Lotus, Hibiscus, Daisy and Lily are the different types of flower tattoos. The artists have been paid special attention to the flower tribal tattoo so that then a normal shape of rose can be changed into different shapes and designs. No matter if you have a large flower tattoo on your back or small one on your feet but the only matter is how you are carrying this style.

Before going to tattooing your body it's very important to decide which type of design you want and if you have no particular design in your mind then it can take a bit of time. Drawing a customized tattoo can take a bit more time than other impression tattoos but these really look cool and it can give a great boost to your status. Unique tribal flower tattoo designs are very well known specially these design which wrap around your arms or back.