Gathering for tattoo addict---Diversified Regional Tattoo Styles
Persuing beauty ( no mater internal or external beauty) is our nature existing in everyone's deep mind. People have always striven to change one's appearance no matter what will they pay for that , And for millions of people throughout time, tattooing has been one of the most popular forms of permanent body art.
Tattooing ?acted as an art form?has been popular and welcomed in the whole world for so many years .Different religion and region has their differential tattoo art culture and styles.
When you get a tattoo or you decide to finally get one (cos process of tattoo removal is very long and painful) , hopefully you want one that will represent something other than a cute little bunny or a thorny red rose. If you do decide that you want something with a deeper meaning such as an Army, or a warrior tattoo you might get down to thinking as to what else is available to you out there.
Not surprising – you have a ton of choices available to you. Not only can you depict an entire story, history, meaning or culture on your body with a tattoo but you also can choose from the below-mentioned styles of tats.
After doing some research on the thousands of different tattoo styles, there are more than enough choices available out there! The symbolism and encroachment of tattoos varies in different places and cultures. Tattoos may show how a person feels about a relative (commonly it is mother vs father or daughter vs son) or about an unconnected individual.
In the period of early contact between the Mori and Europeans, Mori chiefs often drew their moko (facial tattoo) on documents in place of a signature. Whatever your reason may be – if it's a ethnic thing you may be interested in checking out the following options available to you:
Firstly it is the Family coat of Arms.
Family Coat of Arms – Irish family crest
Getting a coat of arms tattoo or a family crest – isn't something you should take lightly. Many tattoos are designed with different symbols and images and most people that get these styles of tattoos, get them because of a deeper reasoning. You should be aware that there may be more than one family crest for the same name. For example, the Irish name O'Connor has dozens.
Many non-Gaelic names were brought into the country especially during the seventeenth century. At that time it was very much a disadvantage to have a Gaelic or Irish-sounding name so many of the native names were ‘anglicized' into a similar sounding Anglo or Scottish name.
irish family crest
Secondly, it is Mexican Tattoos.
Aztec & Mexican Tattoos
Mexican tattoos are some of the most striking new patterns around. They take their themes from those of ancient Mayan, Inca and Aztec art, a very distinctive look that's different from most other types of tattoo designs, yet instantly recognizable. The bold, geometric patterns of Mexican tattoos make them very well suited to tattoo art.
Then next comes the Celtic Tattoo.
Celtic tattoos and body art (as well as other tribal tattoos) have been very popular for the past decade or so. Put it down to the graceful, timeless beauty of these designs which seem to lend themselves particularly well to tattoo art. Think of Celtic knots, crosses or spirals – or, more often than not, an intricate combination of several of these elements, which are often seen as black armband tattoos or as a sleeve tattoo.
Tribal tattoos– native American tattoo
The tribal styles we see today originate from various old tribes like those from Borneo, the Haida, the Native Americans, the Celtic tribes, the Maori and other Polynesian tribes. The shapes and motifs of these tribal tattoos are deeply rooted in the tribe's mythology and view of the world.
The traditional tattoo artist aims to reflect the social and religious values of the tribe in his tattoo designs. Recurring themes are the rituals of the tribe, the ancestors, the origins of the world and the relationship with the gods.
native american tattoo
Hawaiian tattoos and body art have a history of thousands of years and experience a renewed popularity since the 90s, together with other tribal tattoo styles. Aloha! There's more to Hawaii than flowers and leis, after all – the Hawaiian islands are a part of a larger chain, the Polynesian Islands, which include other island cultures such as the Maori and the Samoan, tribal communities with a rich tattoo tradition.
Like many other tattoo designs from mythology or ancient cultures, are growing in popularity. It's all a part of the modern conception of tattoos – no longer limited to gang members, sailors or members of an underworld subculture, tattoos are going mainstream. They are tasteful, socially acceptable, and a great way of exploring and utilizing art imagery from all over the world. Egyptian tattoos are beautiful and striking images from the ancient past.
So now, after appreciating these various tattoo styles and their amazing culture , which one do you think you prefer so much or which is your own style?