7 Jul 2013

Flowers Tattoos

Flowers Tattoos
Flowers Tattoos

Flower tattoos can be a wonderful addition to any collection of body art. Not only can flower tattoos give the bearer an object of great beauty, but it can also give the bearer a symbol that has great meaning. While it is impossible to cover the meanings of all the great flower tattoos out there, I will give you an overview of the most popular ones. These include cherry blossoms, daisies and hibiscus flower tattoos.

The meaning for cherry blossom flower tattoos are very simple. In Asian cultures they represent life.

It can also be a symbol of female sexuality and as such is a perfect compliment to any woman’s body. The daisy flower tattoo has a somewhat different meaning. This design represents never-ending beauty and is a design that can be wonderfully blended with a variety of other design elements such as ivy, representations of the sun and religious symbols such as the Christian cross.

The last flower tattoo that I want to talk about is the hibiscus flower. This design has almost the same meaning as the daisy with a slight twist. While the daisy stands for never-ending beauty, the hibiscus flower is a symbol of delicate beauty. It might be a slight difference, but it is a significant one.

16 May 2013

Tattoo Flower

Tattoo Flower
Tattoo Flower

I hate to say this but this tattoo flower doesn’t look like it was done very well. But, it is hard to tell from the picture. It might just be that this tattoo is pretty fresh and still pretty raw. Anyway, I believe this tattoo flower to be a rose. The rose tattoo flower in the West represents what the lotus does in the East. It’s a symbol of love, but especially of a love that is pure or passionate. Because of the rose’s beauty, scent and shape, it is the ultimate floral symbol. The rose can also have another meaning.

It can also be used as a symbol of beauty. The tattoo flower in the picture, however, has many thorns along it’s stem. It may mean that this women has had a true love that she lost or wants a lover that she cannot have. I think the thorns represent something altogether, however. I think it’s the bitterness she has at getting a tattoo inked into her skin that wasn’t professionally done. Unfortunately, this is a sorrow she’s going to have to live with for the rest of her life. Hopefully, next time she will work a little more on finding a qualified parlor.

15 May 2013

Flower Tattoo

Flower Tattoo
Flower Tattoo

This is an incredible flower tattoo design that is inked on this women’s ankle. It’s a great example of what can be done with a little imagination and the proper placement of a flower tattoo. Now, many women will get a flower tattoo because they like the way it looks. Or, perhaps they get one because their mom was fond of a particular flower. But, before you get a flower tattoo you should really keep two things in mind. One, different flowers mean different things. A tulip has one meaning, while a rose has another.

And the other thing to keep in mind is that the color of the flower tattoo makes a difference in it’s symbolism as well. Red may mean love or passion, while white may symbolize purity or divinity. So, these are all things you need to keep in mind. But, enough with the symbolism, let’s take a moment to talk about this particular flower tattoo. I’m not sure what the flower is but it is artfully done. I especially like the tendrils that come off the main flower’s bud. It’s hard to tell but it looks like the little flowers are on fire. I find that an interesting twist to the whole motif.

23 Sep 2012

Flower Tattoo Designs

Flower Tattoo Designs
Flower Tattoo Designs

Thousands of people at this very moment are looking over flower tattoo designs and trying to find the perfect one. This can be a big job but is well worth it if you want your flower tattoo design to have significant meaning. To help you out I’ve compiled a small list of flower tattoo design meanings that should aid you in your quest for the perfect tattoo. Take the common rose for instance. In Western cultures it symbolizes love. But, in the East, the rose has a different meaning altogether.

The rose tattoo’s sister design in the East is the lotus flower. A tattoo with the lotus flower, though, brings with it a little more meaning. The lotus is not only a symbol of love in Asian cultures but it also has come to mean peace of mind and purity of heart. If you fancy yourself a heart breaker and a love taker then you might want to consider the tulip. This flower tattoo design symbolizes somebody who considers themselves to be an excellent lover. Of course, maybe your a shy person and you know it. If that’s the case then consider a flower tattoo design that incorporates the violet in it.

15 Aug 2012

Tattoo Flowers

Tattoo Flowers
Tattoo Flowers

In this picture we have a vine of tattoo flowers drawn out in simple black ink. And though there is no color here, it is easy to tell that this is a very good drawing. Take a good look at it and you will see that it has great detail and very good shadowing as well. Looking at these tattoo flowers one could see a reason for getting this tattoo in full color or in black and white as it appears here.

I think it is good enough to stand up like this but that of course is all personal preference and when it come to such personal choice is where the buck stops when it comes to tattoos.

Most people like flower tattoos. Sure, there are some guys out there who may not care for them but I doubt many people dislike them. What’s to dislike about a flower? They are nice looking and they represent life and all the richness one can find in life. Most times people with flower tattoos are the happy and cheerful type of people. Those who always see the glass as half full rather than half empty.

24 Apr 2012

Flower Tattoos

Flower Tattoos
Flower Tattoos

The flower tattoo in the picture is very soft and delicate. I’m not sure what the design is, but I think it’s a periwinkle. Though I wouldn’t want to be quoted on that. Whatever it is it’s a nice design and flower tattoos are starting to become more and more popular. In fact, the most common tattoos are nature tattoos; among them, flower tattoos are the most popular. Such nature and flower tattoos have even been documented in the early history of man. In the earlier times, man used to worship nature and many of their gods and goddesses were representations of nature symbols.

This reason has faded in importance with time. All the same, flower tattoos remind us that we are an intricate and beautiful part of nature. Flower tattoos are more often seen on women than on men. Delicate and intricate flower tattoo designs enhance the beauty of a woman’s body. Women usually get them on their feet, arms, small of the back and shoulders. Flower tattoos can be very detailed with all the petals, leafs and tendrils carefully crafted on the body. Or they can be very simple with just the flower. Which ever one that’s chosen, it should be something that has meaning to your life.

9 Apr 2012

Tattoo Flower

Tattoo Flower
Tattoo Flower

This flower tattoo is a colorful work of art. This flower tattoo uses several very eccentric, very bright colors including blue, orange, yellow, black, green, brown, and white. The petals of the flower in this flower tattoo are a dark, eccentric blue, which fades out into a bright white color. The pedals have small, black veins that lead out towards the center of the flower. The stem of the flower in this flower tattoo starts off with a dark shade of green near the bottom of the flower.

Then the stem leads down and lightens in color and curls up at the bottom. the center of the flower stars off with an orange ring around it, that gradually fades to a yellow tint. Black lines curve out from the center of the flower and touches the white part of the petals. In the background, a large, black tribal sign looms over the back of the flower. This flower tattoo is an elaborate mixture of design and color. This is an epic tattoo that incorporates everything good about nature with everything good in the art world. there are very few tattoos that use color in the way this one does.

13 Feb 2012

Tattoo Flowers

Tattoo Flowers
Tattoo Flowers

Many people, especially women, love to get tattoo flowers. And why not? Tattoo flowers are beautiful and they just go well with a women’s body. In fact, a flower tattoo can enhance the natural beauty of the female shape. And flowers help to remind us about all that is beautiful in life and nature. A flower represents that moment in time where life is at its best. But flowers are also real and we can relate to them in that they grow and flourish, like us, and eventually wilt and fade away. What kind of flower should a women get? While I can’t answer that question, I can tell you about some of the most popular tattoo flower designs and their symbolism.

Number one on that list has to be the lotus flower tattoo. The lotus flower tattoo has a rich tradition and is considered to be a representation of the spiritual presence in a person’s life. The lotus is a symbol for good luck, strength, long life, honor and respect. Number two would have to be the rose tattoo flower. And we all know that the rose symbolized love and beauty. The final tattoo flower is represented in the picture. It’s a daisy tattoo flower. The daisy tattoo represents purity and innocence. Daisy tattoos have their history in representations around love and romance. In ancient times a maiden would wear daisies in her hair to represent her innocence. That is the same today with the daisy tattoo.

5 Oct 2011

Flower Tattoo

Flower Tattoo
Flower Tattoo

I have a small confession to make. I really like flower tattoos. I think that they are very attractive and can be quite eye catching. Now I’m not saying that I would personally get one, because I’m a guy and I think that flower tattoos are exclusively a feminine design. Of course, guys could get this design, but I really don’t think too many would, unless they got a Japanese cherry blossom or lotus inked into their skin. But, on a woman, a flower tattoo is an exquisite and wonderful design element that really enhances just about any part of the female anatomy.

Flower tattoos are especially attractive when placed on a women’s breast or on the hip. Of course a flower tattoo on a woman’s foot is pretty darn hot as well. Just look at the design this woman has. It’s a nice design that flowers very well over the soft bones of her foot. And I really like the colors. The violet and pink hues that make up the majority of this flower tattoo is very sensual. At least it is in my opinion. And I think that the flowers are very pretty and dainty. Don’t quote me on this, but I believe that the flowers in this design are violets, though I’m not exactly sure if I’m correct. No matter what they are they look very nice and the artist did a fantastic job.

31 Aug 2011

Flower Tattoo Designs

Flower Tattoo Designs
Flower Tattoo Designs

Here we have twenty four examples of flower tattoo designs. Twenty four of them to look at and try to get an idea of what you like and what you don’t like. Most of these flowers are roses but not all of them. There are a few other kinds here but I do not know what they are. One has a butterfly landed on it while another has a blank space where a person can have a name or a date, or whatever else they like, put in there. And in a ot of cases of a persons first tattoo, that name or date thing is the most important item.

Because almost all first timers relate their tattoo to a name or date. That’s just the way it gets started most of the time.

These particular flower tattoo designs are not all that slick either. They’re alright but nothing to write home about. If I were looking for viable flower tattoo designs I would be flipping through the tattoo books and would have passes up this page pretty quickly. But like I always say, don’t let me make up your mind. If you see something you like among these designs then that’s great and you should go for it.

25 May 2011

Flower Tattoos

Flower Tattoos
Flower Tattoos

The flower tattoo depicted in the photo is of a blue hydrangea on a vine of rose thorns. Each of these elements brings it’s own symbolism to the tattoo. The blue hydrangea is symbolic of peace, openness, and serenity. It has a calming effect and alludes to an inner peace, especially one that may be spiritual. The thorns represent something entirely different. The rose thorns remind us that nothing comes without sacrifice and caution must be exercised lest the admirer prick his finger and draw blood.

So, when you combine the two elements in one flower tattoo it speaks of inner peace and a spiritual life that is only obtained after much suffering and sacrifice. It’s the universal struggle that we all must face in our daily lives. Life has a tendency to beat us down and this flower tattoo is a reminder of the tranquility that we must provide for our own selves. We must center ourselves and be our own safe harbor even in the midst of the strongest gale wind hurricane. This flower tattoo is a perfect example of the deep meaning that a tattoo can speak even when it’s primary purpose is for beauty.

26 Aug 2010

Floral Tattoos

Floral Tattoos
Floral Tattoos

Floral tattoos are something that is chosen by many people because they are designs that can be easily adapted for use by either males or females. In some of the cases, the floral tattoo is made up of a central flower and in other cases the floral tattoo is composed of several small and complimentary flowers. Either way, however, this tattoo is something that is sure to add a bit of color and style to any collection of body art.

Flowers have been used in art since the dawn of time. It has been used to express the feminine side of human nature and the beauty of human reproduction.

Flowers have been prominently featured in Roman mythology due to the myth of Flora. Flora was a goddess of the spring and many annual festivals were held in her name. Today, floral tattoo designs can also impart that same meaning of spring which involves rebirth and rejuvenation.

But most people get floral tattoos because they think that they are beautiful and colorful. And indeed they can be. Floral tattoos have the innate ability to transform the human canvas into a true work of art. All that one has to do is to choose a flower that has significant meaning to them and have it inked in their favorite colors.