Friday, April 30, 2010

Female Tattoo Gallery

The most popular tattoo designs for women include butterfly tattoos, tribal tattoos, star tattoos, flower tattoos and fairy tattoos. The most popular tattoo spots for girls and woman are the lower back, wrists and feet. Old school tattoos are in vogue at the moment as well.

Female Tattoo Gallery
http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/tattooed-girl.jpg

Female Fairy Tattoo

http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/female-fairy-tattoo.jpg

Female Tattoos
http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/female-tattoos.jpg

Tatto

It's not really known how long tattooing has been around but it's quite possibly as long as 12,000 years ago and we do know the ancient Egyptians practiced the art of tattooing.

One may think the art of tattooing has its history mainly with men. Not so. Women from various cultures tattooed their bodies for a variety of reasons. Take the women from Borneo. They would mark themselves to show what they were skilled at, such as weaving or a gatherer of medicinal herbs. This communicated their rank as marriage material. In western Asia, girls were marked in such a way as to show their place in society.

Tattooing has gone through its ups and downs over the centuries, has even been banned many times in different cultures for periods of time. It appears that tattooing will never really go away. During periods of a ban it seems to go underground until such time it is free to resurface.

Tattooing, (which is a Tahitian word meaning "to be marked") in some cultures, has only the women being allowed to do the markings.

Today's women are free to make their own choices in regards to tattooing. It is becoming more and more popular to have artistic designs placed just about anywhere on the body. You commonly see tattoos adorning an ankle, or husbands or boyfriends names on a forearm. Some women like to have a private tattoo for their spouse only.

Japanese Dragonfly Tattoo



Japanese Dragonfly Tattoo

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Religious Tattoos

The idea of religious tattoos may seem counterintuitive, for several reasons – not only is tattooing prohibited by some religions, such as Orthodox Judaism, but until recently, tattoos were associated with a vaguely disreputable counterculture that seems at odds with religion.

The image “http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/religious-tattoos.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
Religious Tattoos

However, religious symbols – Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Islam or otherwise – are actually quite common tattoo designs. It might surprise you that about 25% of all tattoos in America have a religious meaning

Japanese Butterfly Tattoo

Japanese Butterfly Tattoo
Japanese Butterfly Tattoo
Japanese Butterfly Tattoo

Tatoos


Tatoos

50 Cent's Tatoo covers most part of his body and look like a work of art. He has tattoo covering his arms, back and the front region of his body. He had some of the tattoo on his right arm removed as he was keen to pursue a career in Hollywood.

He thought that the tattoo could be a hindrance to his dreams of making it big in movies as a lot of time was spent on make up to cover his tattoo and had some of the prominent ones removed.

The tattoo on the back which is more famous and which sports the signature 50 cents and Southside are still present and are part of his overall personality and one cannot imagine him without these.

For a person who had quite a troubled childhood to rise to such fame is amazing and 50 cents whose albums Get rich or Die Tryin and the Massacrre were multi platinum selling hits.

You need to have a certain personality to carry off a tattoo and 50 cent does it in style. Lot of celebrities get some part of their bodies tattooed and after a period of time removes it.

Tiger Tribal Tattoo

Cool Tribal Tattoo ideas for Men

The image “http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_9Zf_P9g6cuo/SZU42tSi3gI/AAAAAAAADLA/VBUFaMXCa_g/s400/tribal+tattoos.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.

Cool Tribal Tattoo ideas for Men

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Bird Tattoo Designs

Bird tattoos are one of the oldest tattoo designs of the Western world. Thanks to the old school revival, they are in vogue again. Most popular are swallow tattoos, followed by phoenix tattoos.

swallow tattoo

Butterfly Tattoos



Butterfly tattoos have become a growing trend among women compared to other tattoos that are available. Today you can find different kinds of butterfly tattoos being designed in a variety of colors and shapes. Adults as well as teenagers often visit stores to choose from different butterfly tattoos and get them engraved on their body. Tattoo galleries provide a variety of tattoos that might have to spend time in selecting one that suits your choice. Some of the most popular choices at the butterfly tattoo gallery are Celtic Butterfly tattoo, Tribal Butterfly Tattoo and several others. Most often the colors used for butterfly tattoos are red, yellow or green with different designs, themes and styles. There is also a combination in tattoos like with flowers or animals. There are some tattoos which act as a fashion statement while the others might have a specific meaning.

Butterfly Tattoos

Black Dragon Phoenix Tattoo

The image “http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_RQDBeB-xKNI/R1PZW-PfypI/AAAAAAAAADs/Ju1ZhYw7SL8/s1600-R/Dragon_Phoneix_Tatoo_by_kvasaclimited.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
Dragon Phoenix Tattoo

Why Tribal Tattoos?

The image “http://www.tattoos101.info/img/tribal-tattoo-02.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
Natural Tribal Tattoos

Tribal Tattoos
are extremely popular and can add a distinct 'je ne sais quoi' to a person's character. The real beauty of tribal tattoos is that they don't have to be loud and obnoxious useless you want them to be, but rather subtle and stylish. It is a style that typically capitalizes on solid black lines and coloring (with some exceptions of course) and it is also composed of pointed and curved elements. It's bold and eye catching. In short, it's a pretty wicked looking style!

Japanese Angel Tattoo




Japanese Angel Tattoo

Tribal Tattoo, tattoo ideas

The image “http://s1.hubimg.com/u/81172_f520.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
Tribal arm Tattoo ideas

Tribal tattoos, as the name implies, originated among Native American tribes and date back to over 5,000 years. Perhaps they are so prevalent among fraternity brothers due to the fact that the tattoos were originally applied to show loyalty to a particular tribe in native lands.

The image “http://s3.hubimg.com/u/81170_f248.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
Tribal Tattoo, tattoo ideas

Tattoos were also used to display a person's caste status, wealth, role in the tribe, even to document his brave deeds or societal contributions. They also served a purpose when it came to traveling, tribal tattoos clearly identified a stranger as belonging to a neighboring sect and detailed what rank he held.

Later on, tattoos were used to create scenes on the body depicting battles the tribe member took place in. They were also used as memorials for loved ones who had passed away, their memory honored in the form of a soaring eagle.


Tattoos were certainly not limited to Native Americans, however. The Yokuts of California used body modification to call attention to the location of a person's supernatural power; the indigenous tribes of New Zealand, Africa, Central America and Hawaii also practiced the art of tattooing.

Black Tribal Dragon Tattoos

Black Tribal Dragon Tattoos

The image “http://crazy-tattoo-designs.com/rys1.gif” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.


When you are looking at black tribal dragon tattoos, make sure that you find a design that really speaks to you. In your mind, what is your dragon tattoo doing? Black tribal dragon tattoos are wonderful choices for any tattoo fan, so take a look at the tattoo art designs that are available and find the one that suits you the best!


The image “http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_vtyo4Tlz_k0/RyLQ5MX87pI/AAAAAAAAAZ8/9ur-NVbBt90/s400/tribal%2Bdragon%2Bfree%2Btattoo%2Bdesign.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.

Black Tribal Dragon Tattoos


http://www.tattooique.com/gallery/main.php/d/89-1/tribal+dragon+tattoo.jpg


Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Butterfly tattoos Gallery

Butterfly tattoos are very popular amongst women and they come in all shapes, sizes and a wide range of colors. The most popular places for a butterfly tattoo are the upper arm and lower back.
Butterfly tattoos for girls
http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/butterfly-tattoo-big.jpg

http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/butterfly-tattoo-gallery-b.jpg

http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/butterflies-tattoo-b.jpg

http://www.freetattoodesigns.org/images/tattoo-gallery/butterfly-tattoos-b.jpg

Cool Japanese Tattoo

Cool Japanese Tattoo
Cool Japanese Tattoo

Classic Japanese Tattoo

Classic Japanese Tattoo
Classic Japanese Tattoo
Classic Japanese Tattoo

Vanishing Tattoos


Vanishing Tattoos

Monday, April 26, 2010

Tribal Tattoo Gallery

Tribal tattoo designs are getting more and more popular these days, and it's not hard to see why. Popular designs are the tribal dragon, rose, crosses, the tribal sun, tiger, angel wings and the tribal bird.

Tribal Tattoos Gallery

Tribal Tattoos Gallery
Tribal Tattoos Gallery
Tribal Tattoos Gallery
Tribal Tattoos Gallery
Tribal Tattoos Gallery
Tribal Tattoos Gallery
Tribal Tattoos Gallery

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More

 
Design by Free WordPress Themes | Bloggerized by Choosing Automotive - Premium Blogger Themes Powered by Blogger | DSW printable coupons