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Angels are very popular as tattoo inspiration, especially among religious people. However, you can see more and more tattoos of these divine, human-like creatures even on people who are not Christians. From purity to love, angels are associated with many different symbols, and you can also get a pair of angel wings tattoo to express your love for these creatures. Celebrity with angel wings tattoo: David Beckham.
When it comes to symbolism, the penguin is much more than a cute animal. Just think about it: it’s one of the few animals that can survive the extreme conditions of Antarctica. Not only that, but the penguins live there without a problem. The penguin lives a life that requires inner strength and fortitude, and if you can identify yourself with this, a penguin tattoo is a great choice. Celebrity with penguin tattoo: Ed Sheeran.
A dragon tattoo is very commonly seen imprinted on the skin. This unisex tattoo comes from the far eastern Chinese culture, where this mythical creature is a symbol of four elements, namely, fire, water, earth and wind. A dragon represents the saying 'what nurtures also destroys'. They stand for supernatural and majestic powers of celestial beings. Over the ages the folklore about dragons show dragons to be creatures of exceptional strength, power, courage and fortitude.
It’s not just because a tattooed concept is permanent (although that certainly lends gravity to a symbolic idea). The process of tattooing is a ritual, essentially engraving a symbolic ideal into our being. When approached holistically, tattooing is an emotional, physical, spiritual and mental experience – a full-force experience that is truly permanent on all levels.
Wild animals are one of the most popular themes for tattooing. Usually, each and every animal represents a certain feeling, emotion or capacity, which makes it favorite of tattoo-lovers. Whether you are a male or a female, you can always get your much loved animal inked on your most beautiful body part. In the amazing compilation of some of the handpicked animal tattoo designs you will find variety of inspirational as well as beautiful tattoos which are teamed up with the livelihood of the vibrant animals.
Since a tribal tattoo design comes in solid black, it ages well compared to more colorful tattoos. Even at old age, it still looks neat, with the design largely uncompromised unless a drastic weight change took place. If you want proof, simply search for images of old people with tribal tattoos. You’d be surprised how good a tribal tattoo ages. This makes it an excellent choice for people who hate getting touch-ups.
81. There’s a lot of variation in this piece which makes it appealing to the casual observer. There’s a keen sense of continuity in the art. The bird has such a vivid appearance that makes it real looking. The attention to it’s detail in every feather is done really well. The way that the branches swerve all around makes it appear less life like but very interesting. The artist brings an added zing with the red flower at the wrist and it’s interesting how the artist implemented the canvas’s skin as part of the backdrop.
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Tattoo sleeve is becoming a new trend among tattoo lovers, but women have taken over this trend in a huge way. Women have a great opportunity of enhancing the beauty of their bodies with sleeve designs. They make your skin look more attractive and beautiful. Women always love to go for designs that depict flowers as well as colorful ink whereas; men like to have tribal style tattoos and bio-mechanical or dragon tattoo designs. However, regarding color the choice is always up to you.
As the name suggests, tattoos fall under this category are totally unrealistic. But totally bad ass. Using your imagination you can create any tattoo and perceive a meaning of your choice. These tattoos are also represented as “Unrealistic Tattoos“. You can simply transform your dream into a design and inked it on your body. By just looking at them you will be reminded to move forward to your dream.
When we take a closer look at the owl, we can better understand all the symbolism behind the animal. They are known for their large eyes and skillful hunting abilities. Their eyes are designed to see far in low light and they hunt quietly, barely making any noise at all when they fly, for they have evolved extra-soft plumage which gives them "acoustic stealth" and allows them to sneak up on their prey. Owls have a mysterious vibe, perhaps because they are nocturnal and rarely seen during the day. As most winged animals do, the owl symbolizes freedom, but they also represent vision, due to their ability to see so far at night.
The owl has been associated with many different ancient civilizations over time, all over the globe. The owl plays a part in Hindu, Egyptian, and Celtic lore and mythologies. These cultures believed that the owl was the protector and guardian of the dead and believed it was able to communicate with the departed. The Romans believed that an owl hooting atop a public building predicted the death of an important public figure. Because of this, the owl is commonly called the "angel of death" and believed to guide or carry recently-departed souls to the underworld. For ancient Greeks, the owl was sacred to Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom.
Have you ever thought of inking a polar bear on your hand or shoulder? If not then think about it now. This huge white animal, also known as the ‘largest land predator’, is quite popular among tattoo-lovers of these days. A polar bear is considered as a representation of gentleness and cuteness. However, they can turn out to be very precarious during attack.
24. The eye here has a reflection in it that is impossibly hard to do. The statue looks real and the contrast the artist was able to convey is just unreal. This piece is one of our favorites because it evokes such emotion to the observer. The eye makes your heart ache as the candles represent some sort of vigil or homage to someone or something in the past.
Content A bit of larger canvas is preferred for lion. He is the king of forest, after all. It’s like his prestige is on the verge of hurting if you ink him at some small place. Thighs and back and arms are what lion tattoos look great at. You may put a unique abstract look in your tattoo with amazing watercolour chic. And who on earth doesn’t love a great piece of art that makes everybody want a lion? Ask your tattoo master to ink a fabulous-looking lion with classy geometric style.