Celtic Tattoos

Celtic Tattoos - Celtic Tattoos

Although much of the ancient Celtic culture remains shrouded in the mists of time, Celtic tattoos have become a popular way to express cultural pride and religious symbolism. Knots, crosses, runes and shamrocks are all symbols that make great subjects for this type of tattoo. Whether you have Celtic roots, or you just love the culture, you can have your own Celtic-inspired tattoo.

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Japanese Tattoos

Japanese Design Tattoo - Japanese Tattoos

Japanese tattoos are unique in the context that each and every tattoo in this culture has a meaning to depict, which makes these as popular outside the country as they are within it. The images and symbols reflect a particular meaning in this art form.The most important thing for the tattoo bearer is to make an in depth study of the meaning of tattoo design before actually having it etched, as he is going to invest a lot of money and time on it and the tattoo is probably going to be a part of him forever. The design elements included in Japanese tattoo art are termed as motifs, each one having its own meaning, which can be immediately associated with it as a person looks at it.

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Chinese Tattoos

Chinese Tattoos - Chinese Tattoos

Chinese tattoos are famous around the globe. That’s because more than one billion people can understand the Chinese language. With more than 10,000 Chinese symbols, there are numerous tattoos of Chinese ciphers for you to choose from. Perhaps one of the most famous styles is the symbol for love. Other popular designs are the Chinese tattoos for Strength, Peace, Happiness, Friendship and Faith. You can also choose varieties depicting Luck, Dream, Integrity, and Harmony. Phrases such as “Beautiful life,” “Forever in my heart,” “Eternal love” and “Always in my heart” are good suggestions too.

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Maori Tattoos

Best Maori Tattoo - Maori Tattoos

Maori tattoo, aka Moko, is a form of body art practiced by indigenous Maori people in New Zealand (Maori name: Tearoom). Like other tattoos of Polynesian islands, Maori tattoo designs are one of source patterns in tribal tattoo designs. Maori tattoos feature intricate spiral or round patterns with many mysterious Maori symbols. There are meanings behind these symbols and often unique meanings for the tattoo.

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