Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Egyptian Tattoos

Egyptian tattoos are very beautiful in nature and with such a variety of artwork to choose from, it can be difficult deciding on simply one design.

Some of the most common Egyptian tattoos include, The eye of Horus (sound eye, Wadjet) which is believed by many to possess power, prosperity, protection and wisdom.

Other popular Egyptian god tattoos include, Hathor the Goddess of love, music, dance and is represented by cow horns and a sundisk on the head. Anubis is know as the god of embalming and is represented by the head of a jackal. Ma'at is known as the goddess of justice and is seen with an ostrich feather in her hair along with winged armed.

Enjoy these beautiful pictures of wonderful tattoo ideas.

Cats were highly regarded by many ancient Egyptians and were better known by the name "mau". Its quite common to see Egyptian themed cat tattoos.

These type of tattoos are seen on various locations of the body, with the back and arms being the most common areas.

Other Egyptian tattoo designs that are quite popular is the Scarab Beetle, which is often seen in the form of an amulet. And of course the very common Ankh (Cross) which is perhaps the most recognizable symbol of ancient Egypt, along with the mysteriously intriguing hieroglyphics.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Eagle Tattoos

As we mentioned before, if you are an animal lover and seeking a bird tattoo of any type, you are in for a treat, because bird tattoos are hands down some of the most captivatingly beautiful works of art on the market.

Not surprisingly eagle tattoos are perhaps the most common of all bird designs, which comes naturally for those of us in America, when you consider that eagles go hand in hand with the American flag and are symbolic of freedom, prosperity and patriotism towards the United States.

Enjoy this picture gallery of fantastic eagle artwork which will most certainly help you come up with a few ideas.

The most common location for an eagle tattoo includes the back, chest, bicep and calf area.

As for the details of the actual design, it seems that many people like to have the eagle donning open wings to appear in flight or perhaps swooping or striking its prey.

Some people choose to combined multiple designs into one piece of art, however unlike many other tattoo ideas, an eagle is such a prominently beautiful creature they look exceptionally bold as a stand along piece of artwork.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Girl Tattoos Beautiful

Female tattoos – or tattoos that are feminine in design, and are usually favored by women or girls – are becoming more and more common.For the first fifty or sixty years after tattooing became commonplace and even mainstream in modern society,few women got tattoos-those that did were the exception and usually a touch eccentric or rebellious.

Girl's Tattoos

All that changed about twenty years ago when tattooing became more socially acceptable, largely due to the many celebrities who publicly sported tattoos. Some of these were women, and so the female tattoo became more common and acceptable. Nowadays most people find female tattoos sexy and attractive, they certainly aren't offensive anymore.

Girl's Tattoos

That having been said it’s still true that more men than women get tattoos and it’s even true that there is a little element of social rebellion inherent in a woman’s decision to get a tattoo, although this is less and less the case, tattoos are more like a fashion item these days.

Girl's Tattoos

However, female ink is no longer shocking, and we no longer jump to conclusions about a woman’s moral character based on whether or not she has a few tattoos!

Girl's Tattoos

Girl's Tattoos

Friday, August 27, 2010

Dragonfly Tattoos

The dragonfly is an exceptionally beautiful creature which seem to possess a certain mystical quality, perhaps because of their resemblance to what a fairy is imagined to look like, or maybe its because of the ancient Asian myth that a dragonfly represents virtues including happiness, success and victory among other positive aspects.

Dragonfly tattoos are also enjoyed by both men and women, unlike butterfly and fairy artwork which is most commonly seen on women alone.

Checkout these cool pictures which will most certainly give you some great ideas for your dragonfly tattoo masterpiece.

Dragonfly tattoos are very rangy in both style and size, as we see a few of excellent designs above, one being a large back piece and another much smaller ankle pic.

Some other common locations include the foot, which is perfect for very small tattoos, and the hip which is popular among girls.

The is no color restrictions for this type of tattoo, in fact we've seen just about every color under the sun, but perhaps more commonly, blue, purple, green and black ink are used.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Dragon Tattoos

Dragon tattoos are a wildly popular choice of design, which isn't surprising when you consider the perfect combination of both beauty and beast these legendary mythological reptilian creatures possess.

Asian and European dragons are the most commonly portrayed tattoo designs we see today, images which are derived from various ancient folk traditions and mythologies dating as far back as 300 BC.

Enjoy this picture gallery of wonderful dragon tattoo ideas for you to ponder and contemplate before taking the next step.

Dragon tattoos are seen in a wide array of colors, including, red, blue, green, orange, purple and of course good ole black and grey is also quite common.

Dragon tattoos are often see alongside other designs such as swords, clouds, flames and animals such as big wild cats.

Popular locations for dragon artwork include the the chest and back area, these locations are great for very large and elaborate designs that may take multiple sessions to fully complete.

Did you know that the English word 'dragon' is derived from Greek, meaning 'serpent of huge size' and or 'water-snake'. Just consider that a little bonus fun fact for your mind.