Magnolia Tattoos

Japanese Magnolia Tattoo - Magnolia Tattoos

Flowers are a favorite theme for tattoo artists to play with, and whether it is for their shapes, colors, textures, or patterned looks, floral theme tattoos have a very artistic effect. The flower designs go beautifully with the delicate female form, so they make for popular tattoo ideas for women. The large petaled magnolia comes in a variety of colors that makes for great tattoo designs. The best part of Magnolia Tattoos is that they can be inked on different parts of the body in combinations with other themes like leaves and fish as a creative expression. Read More

Chrysanthemum Flower Tattoos

Chrysanthemum Tattoos - Chrysanthemum Flower Tattoos

Chrysanthemum is one of the most cultivated flowering plants and a popular plant of the daisy family. Like many other flowers, chrysanthemum also becomes one of design elements for tattooing. Among the flower tattoos, chrysanthemum flower tattoos are getting more and more popular, and there are many reasons for people to love the flower. In Japan, chrysanthemum is regarded as ‘solar flower’. Chrysanthemum becomes a symbol of the Emperor and Imperial family. In Europe the chrysanthemum is a symbol of sympathy. Read More

Narcissus Tattoos

Narcissus Flower Tattoo Watercolor - Narcissus Tattoos

The Narcissus flower is perceived quite differently in the east than in the west. Whereas in the west, the Narcissus flower is seen as a symbol of vanity, in China, the same flower is seen as a symbol of wealth and good fortune. The ancient Greeks believed this plant originated from the vain youth, Narcissus. He died after becoming so obsessed with his reflection in a pool he could not leave. The Greeks say that the gods turned his remains into the Narcissus flower.

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Daisy Tattoos

Daisy Tattoos - Daisy Tattoos

People love to flash floral tattoos for their fashionable effect. Roses, cherry blossoms and lotuses essentially carry a particular meaning or motivation for the wearer. However, if you simply want a lovely-looking flower piece to adorn your body, daisies would go best with your sophisticated taste. Daisy tattoos may include daisies of different colors like purple, pink, red or blue. Chain daisy designs are highly popular among girls. Women can wear a daisy piece on their leg, ribcage or waist for a sensuous style statement. Men too wear daisy tattoos, which are often quite vibrant to look at.
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Hibiscus Tattoos

Hibiscus Tattoos - Hibiscus Tattoos

Some people choose this flower simply for its beauty. Others get a Hibiscus tattoo to show pride in their Hawaiian heritage. There  are also many people who opt to add in other designs to their Hibiscus flower tattoo. Fairies, rainbows, dragonflies and birds are some of the most popular choices to add on. These tattoos are so versatile that they can be placed almost anywhere on the body and look good. The shoulder blade, the top of the foot, the calf and the stomach are some of the most popular areas to place this beautiful piece of art.
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Clover Tattoos

Clover Tattoos - Clover Tattoos

The simple but elegant four leaf clover tattoo from Ireland is all about luck and good fortune. In reality, these four leaf clovers are elusive, rare and the chances of finding them are one in ten thousand. Four leaf clover tattoos, mostly done in green are a symbol of the fierce Irish spirit. When you get this tattoo done on your wrist, feet, neck or for that matter on any part of the body, you not only invoke luck, but make it an integral part of your endeavors. The four leaves in these designs symbolize hope, faith, love and luck. These tattoo designs have become popular for more than one reason. Of course, they are simple and elegant, but more than that they are believed to fill your life with positive vibes every moment.
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Ivy Tattoos

Ivy Leg Tattoo - Ivy Tattoos

Vines, Grape Vines and Ivy have long been prominently featured in tattoo designs and symbols, often intertwined with other floral and plant symbols, but often times on their own. Because of their shape and form, vines of all kinds have long been popular with tattoo artists for their ability to be draped, twisted, and coiled on the human body. Like water, smoke and flames, the leaves and tendrils of vines give extraordinary freedom to both the tattoo artist and the tattoo enthusiast to integrate different tattoo images and to use the natural aesthetic lines of the body. Aside from their natural graphic and design appeal, vines and ivy have a rich symbolic history all on their own.
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Peony Tattoos

Peony Meaning Tattoo - Peony Tattoos

The Peony is a flower with a history of cultivation and veneration that goes back thousands of years. In Japan and China, the peony is a floral symbol with meaning on par with the Chrysanthemum, the Lotus and the Cherry Blossom. The Peony is regarded as a symbol of wealth, and remember in both China and Japan, stone lions are used to guard palaces and homes, temples and sacred places, so the pairing of the peony with the lion in tattooing is no accident.
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