Peacock Feather with Flute Tattoo

Peacock Feather with Flute Tattoo

Feathers are generally a very beautiful and gentle tattoo designs. Lots of girls and guys choose peacock feather simply because it is more beautiful than other feathers, while only a small number associates the feather to the meaning of peacock tattoos.

Feathers symbolize creativity, spiritual evaluation, and rebirth. Most common places for a peacock feather are ribs, scapulas or a side of the lower back. Peacock feather should, by all means, be done in full color – it is the colors that make it so beautiful.

Within the design of the peacock feather is what appears to be an eye, and that is part of the reason the peacock is also known as the bird of 100 eyes. The reference is directly related to the pattern of the eye that appears in its feathers, and these little birds are also thought to be all-seeing.

Peacock feathers, or mor pankh, are regarded as an auspicious symbol in Hindu mythology because of their association with the peacock, a beautiful bird which is also the national bird of India. You may have noticed that many people keep peacock feathers in their homes. It is believed that keeping peacock feathers at home brings good luck and prosperity into the house.

This design today is symbolic of a person who has an open mind, someone who sees the world with both their eyes open, or someone that is definitely not afraid of the challenges that lie ahead.

Peacock feather tattoo could indicate a very proud person. It could be comprehended in two ways. The person wearing it could either be very proud of herself for good reasons or simply very arrogant.

The Meaning of Ganesh

Gan means group. A universe is a group of atoms and different energies. This universe would be in chaos if there was no supreme law governing these diverse groups of entities.
The Lord of all these groups of atoms and energies is Ganesha

He is the supreme consciousness that pervades all and brings order in this universe.

Infinity Tattoo

Infinity Tattoo

Infinity tattoos are steadily on the rise with many people opting to get these in one form or another.

The infinity symbol, often used in mathematics, represents a never-ending loop and is depicted as a number 8 on its side. In the tattoo world, this can be seen as a symbol of never-ending or limitless possibility. Some cultures also believe it to represent rebirth or reincarnation.

Historically, this symbol is similar to mythological creatures such as Ouroboros; the snake which consumed its tail and became a creature without end. Often when people get their infinity tattoo, for this reason, they are showing that they are both into mythology and that they like the creatures that the symbol represents. These aren’t the deepest meanings for the infinity tattoo, but they can always attach more meanings to the design later on.

The endless loops and circles that comprise the infinity symbol can also be likened to the seasonal cycle which endlessly repeats year after year.

In this way, the infinity tattoo could mean that the person wants to keep their eye on the ball no matter what time of year it is. It could also mean that they don’t necessarily have a favorite season. But instead choose to enjoy their lives regardless of the time of year it currently is.

These infinity tattoos, while simple, can be customized in a variety of ways.

Popular choices for this type of tattoo include a word or phrase. Inside the loop, such as “love”, “life” or “friendship”.

These, of course, signify a relationship that will never end. And are often used as matching tattoos for two or more people.

One can even add additional symbols such a hearts, stars or other embellishments. To add to the flair of the design.

The fact is that the infinity symbol itself is a bit bland unless holds a lot of meaning to you.

so many people decide to surround it with other images that make the meaning come to life a bit more.

As always, it comes down to the tastes of the person getting the infinity tattoo.

If they are able to find a design that works well with the infinity symbol.

Skull Owl

Owl Skull Tattoo

Owl skull tattoo

Owl and skull tattoo conveys a strong meaning, and you can ask an artist to make a special design for you so that it is able to summarize a major event in your life. Since tattoo artists enjoy the privileges of freedom of expression, some owl tattoos are embellished with details that were previously impossible to have, as a winged skull, a skull with butterfly wings and body, etc. Tattooists can draw inspired by the preferred theme, and occasion of a person, or by expanding their imagination beyond the physical boundaries of this planet, exploring all possibilities like magic.

What does owl and skull tattoo mean?

Owls are a popular bird, both for its large eyes and its meaning. Owls are very wise animals and lurking at night. The skull is a recurring theme in tattoos. Their appearance creates fear and has many meanings. It can include hanging inside, worms and other aspects, some darker (like pirates skulls) and more graceful. The sugar skull is very popular in Mexico; these particular skulls are used to remember a loved one died. The meaning of an owl and skull tattoo varies. A detail can lead to another meaning. But if these details are taken in a general interpretation, a skull inside owl can mean eternity.

When it comes to popular animal tattoos the owl ranks right with the best.

Owl tattoos are not considered to be a mainstream tattoo, they are very popular tattoo choice for both men and women.

Many of us know that the owl is a symbol of wisdom and education. The same is be said about the owl tattoo. Owl tattoos come in a variety of different styles, colors, and designs. Owls may seem cute but in their own world they are predators and who knows, maybe they can contact the spiritual world? Several cultures believed that the owl would accompany the soul in the afterlife. Some believe if you see an owl in your dreams. Owl tattoos often have a spiritual meaning to the tattoo owner.

An owl tattoo can be worn as a way to honor a deceased loved one.

As owls of ancient myths accompanied departed souls to the underworld. Owl tattoo can also have the spiritual meaning of secret knowledge, mysterious wisdom , Learned in the darkness of the night and the land of the dead.

Warrior Tattoo

Spartan Warrior Tattoo

 Spartan Warrior Tattoo 

A warrior society in ancient Greece that reached the height of its power after defeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian War.

At age 7, Spartan boys entered a rigorous state-sponsored education, military training and socialization program. Known as the Agoge.

The system emphasized duty, discipline and endurance.

  • Although Spartan women were not active in the military, they were educated and enjoyed more status and freedom than other Greek women.
  • Because Spartan men were professional soldiers, all manual labor was done by a slave class, the Helots.
  • Despite their military prowess, the Spartans’ dominance was short-lived:
  • In 371 B.C., they were defeated by Thebes at the Battle of Leuctra, and their empire went into a long period of decline.
  • Sparta, also known as Lacedaemon,an ancient Greek city-state located primarily in the present-day region of southern Greece called Laconia.
  • The population of Sparta consisted of three main groups:the Spartans, or Spartiates, who were full citizens; the Helots, or serfs/slaves!
  • And the Perioeci, who were neither slaves nor citizens.
  • The Perioeci, whose name means “dwellers-around,” worked as craftsmen and traders, and built weapons for the Spartans
  • The word “spartan” means self-restrained, simple, frugal and austere.
  • The word laconic, which means pithy and concise, is derived from the Spartans, who prized brevity of speech. 
  • Unlike such Greek city-states as Athens, a center for the arts, learning and philosophy, Sparta was centered on a warrior culture.
  • Male Spartan citizens were allowed only one occupation:

Spartan Warrior Tattoo Indoctrination into this lifestyle began early.

Spartan boys started their military training at age 7, when they left home and entered the Agoge.

The boys lived communally under austere conditions.

They were subjected to continual physical, competitions, given meager rations and expected to become skilled at stealing food, among other survival skills.

SPARTAN WARRIOR TATTOO

Peace Tattoo

Peace Tattoo

Peace Tattoo

The Symbol of Chaos originates from Michael Moorcock’s Eternal Champion stories. … In contrast, the symbol of Law is a single upright arrow. It is also called the Arms of Chaos, the Arrows of Chaos, the Chaos Star, the Chaos Cross, the Chaosphere, or the Symbol of Eight.While the peace sign is a highly recognizable symbol, there are many ways that people who wear it can add variety to it and make it a more personal image. People with friends or family in the military will add a yellow ribbon or dog tags to signify their military connection.

A peace sign can also represent that a person who is going through a rocky transformation or a tumultuous time is keeping their mind focused on the goal. Drawing around the peace sign or within the peace sign also turns the symbol into something more meaningful. Often people will request the flag of a country or a dove to make the picture more meaningful.

Peace symbol tattoos can actually be a request for two different types of designs.

This request ether means the circle with the vertical line splitting into three forks or the human hand holding up the index and the middle finger with the thumb overlaid across the ring and pinky fingers; not with the back side of the hand showing. This has a completely different meaning in different  parts of the world.

Inner peace tattoos are calming and relaxing and have several meanings. General inner peace represents a state of spiritual and mental peace.

There is no single design or rule to live with here. Some symbols that you can use to represent peace include Yin Yang, Buddha, lotus, peace and flowers.

Tribal peace sign tattoos are among the most popular peace sign designs. The tattoos are inked in many variations mostly portrayed alone or inked with other elements and symbols. Men mostly wear the tattoos even though there are women who sport them.

 

Ganesh Tattoo

Lord Ganesha Tattoo

Ganesh Tattoo

Ganesh is one of the most renowned Hindu Gods, who is worshiped not only in India but across Asia and in many other parts of the world. With his elephant head, Ganesh is highly recognizable and is generally the figure who is used to represent the Hindu religion in the media. Ganesh is so popular that he even has spiritual significance for many people who aren’t Hindu. His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

With his elephant head, Ganesh is highly recognizable and is generally the figure who is used to represent the Hindu religion in the media. Ganesh is so popular that he even has spiritual significance for many people who aren’t Hindu. His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

Ganesh is so popular that he even has spiritual significance for many people who aren’t Hindu. His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

The Meaning of Ganesh Tattoo

In the Hindu religion, Ganesh is the Lord of Beginnings and so he is usually called upon at the beginning of any ritual or ceremony.

In tattoo art, new beginnings are often symbolized by designs like flowers and birds, representing spring, the season in which the world begins anew after winter.

Tattoos of the Indian god Ganesh are often accompanied by flowers, especially the lotus flower. In many Ganesh tattoos,

The god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

In tattoo art, new beginnings are often symbolized by designs like flowers and birds, representing spring, the season in which the world begins a new after winter.

Tattoos of the Indian god Ganesh are often accompanied by flowers, especially the lotus flower.

In many Ganesh tattoos, the god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

In many Ganesh tattoos, the god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

Ganesh is revered as the Lord of Obstacles and the Remover of Obstacles.

When a Hindu person wishes to succeed in a certain task, it is often Ganesh that they call upon to assist them.

Ganesh’s role as a Remover of Obstacles is often described in images,

by placing a rat or a mouse at his feet.

Rodents are a symbol of annoyance and destruction because they eat stored food and destroy crops.

By displaying Ganesh as standing over the obstacle, the design is depicting Ganesh’s power over such obstacles.

The design is depicting Ganesh’s power over such obstacles.

In most tattoo designs Ganesh has a large belly which has earned,

him the names Lambodara (hanging belly) and Mahodara (great belly).

This physical feature is considered by many to be an important aspect of Ganesh’s appearance

As is is a symbol that within Ganesh, reside all of the universes of past, present, and future.

The Hindu religion is filled with beautiful artworks of deities, animals,

plants that are decorated with intricate patterns.

These detailed images work well as tattoo designs and have a deeper, spiritual meaning for the tattoo owner.

A lot of detail can be lost in smaller tattoos, and because of the complexity of most designs.

it is best to place Hindu tattoos on a large part of the body that will provide a broad canvas.

Dream catcher Tattoo

Dream Catcher Tattoo

History of Dreamcatchers

Now that we have all that out of the way, let’s talk about the cool stuff. Dreamcatchers. While popular, dreamcatchers do not feature in all Native American cultures. They are very common across the nations, but their origin lies somewhere with the Lakota, Ojibwe (Chippewa), Sioux, and their neighboring tribes. Obviously, this huge swath of different cultures and locations barely narrows it down, so determining exactly where they originated proves impossible.

In the 60s and 70s, the Pan-Indian movement sought to unify many different American Indian tribes across the nations to better coordinate their protest of some shady government claims. While many tribes already formed a coalition of nations—even before the Europeans landed on the continent—this surge represented the largest movement to fight back for their land.

During the Pan-Indian movement, many different tribes shared the unique quirks of their particular tribes and bands. During this time, the dreamcatcher became a popular symbol for many different tribes across a huge swath of North America. People easily recognized it, and it looked awesome. To this day, dreamcatchers appear in traditional shops far away from their original location.

During this time, the dreamcatcher became a popular symbol for many different tribes across a huge swath of North America. People easily recognized it, and it looked awesome. To this day, dreamcatchers appear in traditional shops far away from their original location.

Dream catcher Tattoo why do hold such popularity?

What purpose do they serve, what do dreamcatchers mean, and what kind of history do they have?

let’s look back at the legends of the Lakota tribe. A variant is found in many other tribes, with different names and meanings, but this one is the first I could find in the public domain.

but this one is the first I could find in the public domain.

A long time ago, a Lakota spiritual leader received a vision on a mountain.

He saw the spider trickster Iktomi appear and speak to him in a language that only the spiritual leaders can hear. The spider took the feathered willow hoop of the spiritual leader and began to spin a web while he spoke.

The spider took the feathered willow hoop of the spiritual leader and began to spin a web while he spoke.

He spoke of the cycle of life—we begin as an infant, grow into adulthood, and return to infanthood as a fragile old person who must be cared for.

LOTUS TATTOO

LOTUS TATTOO

Watercolour lotus tattoo designs are widely preferred by tattoo lovers all around the world. Popular amongst both, men and women, lotus design is not only revered for its beauty, but also reflects a deeper spiritual meaning. The flower grows in muddy water, yet symbolises purity and harmony. As a tattoo design too, lotus stands for the same attributes in human nature and depicts the thoughts and attitude of the bearer.As said before, lotus flower is associated with different meanings in different cultures and religions.

Aside from the Victorian and contemporary meanings for the Lotus, there is a wealth of symbolism tying these flowers to Hinduism, Buddhism, and the ancient Egyptian’s religious practices. The ancient Egyptians used the plant extensively as a symbol in the paintings and carvings left on the walls of temples and tombs. Scholars believe the Egyptians viewed the Lotus as a symbol of rebirth because it appeared to sink at night and rise again in the morning. It is now known the plant simply loses old blooms and adds new ones on a daily cycle, but it is still a potent reminder of reincarnation and the mysteries of the afterlife. The priests and other religious leaders also brewed the flowers to make a tea with sedative and mild psychotropic effects, which heightened their sense for ritual work.

Buddhism Culture – According to Buddhist religion, lotus defines purity and piousness of the soul,Patience,Mysticism,Direct Spiritual Contact,Emptiness from Desire,Victory over Attachments,Enlightenment and the Bodhi State,Love and Compassion for All Things,Self-Awareness,Faithfulness During Spiritual Development,Rising Out of Suffering as the flower grows in a muddy area, yet maintains its purity. The belief is based on the fact that you will find a perfectly complete miniatures lotus plant within a seed, which implies that even a human being is born complete and yearns for perfection through his journey of life. Also, Buddhism has meanings for various colours of lotus flowers, as a red coloured lotus stands for the heart, which implies love and passion. Similarly, a pink lotus represents devotion towards the divine, while a blue one stands for learning and intelligence. A purple lotus defines mysticism, besides being a symbol of the eight fold path laid down by the religion, which is reflected through its eight petals. A white coloured lotus implies purity and peace, both at spiritual as well as intellectual level. The Buddhist mythology says that the Buddha was born from this pure flower and had white heart, which represented his pious soul. Just as a lotus sheds its flowers and seeds together, it signifies a noble soul which guides the other souls on the Earth along the path of Nirvana.

Egyptian Culture   The ancient Egyptian cultures sees lotus as a symbol of beginning of life and reincarnation, as the mythology of this culture narrates that origination of life on earth was marked by the blooming of this mystical flower from the sea.

Chinese Culture  The Chinese culture sees lotus as a flower with perfect beauty stands as a source of inspiration for poets and artists since times immemorial. Lotus is recognized as a symbol of pure feminine beauty and reflects marital harmony when talking about personal relationships.

Western Culture – The Western culture has a similar kind of reflection of this charming flower, because it denotes new beginning and rebirth as it is reflects divine conception. It also links lotus flower with the search of true meaning of life.

The Lotus meaning in Hinduism is a little different. As ideas were exchanged with Buddhists for thousands of years, Hindu religious leaders began to use the flower as a symbol of peace and eternity. White lotus flowers are usually seen under the feet of deities like Lakshmi, Ganesha, and Saraswati. Brahma, the ultimate creator, emerges from a Lotus as well. This sense of purity arises from the flower’s growing habit of rooting in mud and pushing up through the water to bloom.

Musical Notes Tattoo

Stunning Musical Notes Tattoo

Stunning Musical Notes Tattoo with Heart

In this world, everyone love music. Music is an important aspect of life. Music is how people relates them self to the world. Some people thinks that music is the way to express yourself. Music always keep you company while you’re alone, while you’re sad when you’re happy. It the best way to express your feelings which might be hard to express. Music is a best source of inspiration and expressions. I think everyone in this world love to listen music, But have you ever imagine to get music tattoos on your body.

Yeah, There are lots of people in this world who loves to get music tattoos symbol on their body. They want their favorite music quote tattoos, their favorite instrumental pictures as a tattoo and some beautiful and small music symbol on their body. This is only because they love music as well as they love tattoos. So they combined both music and tattoos and create a music tattoo.

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Peacock Feather Tattoo

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Feather tattoos are equally important among men and women, because their symbolic meaning make them relevant for both the sexes. Feathers have commonly been used as tattoo designs since distant past and they have a deep rooted, significant meaning associated with them, when used as tattoos, both among men and women. These designs continue to be popular and sought after ones till date, between both the sexes. Feathers have always been the object of fascination for human beings, as they are associated with birds, the exquisite flying creatures which stand for freedom, independence, triumph and liberty and these tattoos, which incorporate beautiful feather design, symbolize the power of birds. In fact, feathers can not only add an amazing beauty to a tattoo design, but also give it an absolutely new meaning and significance for the bearer.

The Symbolic Meaning of Feather Tattoos

They are all about giving freedom to the individuality of a person and establishing him as an individual in his own right. In Native American culture, feathers were used as a protective talisman, which is the reason why these made an integral part of dreamcatchers, as a hanging on the bottom part, as they were considered effective for trapping bad dreams and negative energies, and providing protection from nightmares. The culture also regarded the feathers as a symbol of nature and revered them for the same reason.

Cultural Significance of Feather Tattoos

In Native American cultures, feathers represented the spirit of the birds they belonged to and these feathers were used by them in their ritualistic ceremonies, for the purpose of purifying and energizing the environment with their positive spiritual energies. Feathers of different birds had their own different meanings. For instance, eagle feathers were presented to warriors as they stood for bravery and courage, besides having the ability to help the recipient soar high in life, in worldly as well as spiritual sense. This is the reason these tattoos were seen mostly on the bodies of military forces. At the same time, these feathers were of tremendous spiritual value in Native American culture, as they represented wisdom and spiritual communication.

In some cultures, a fallen feather depicts a departed soul, while others take it as a sign of birth. It is also said that feathers stand for the communication of a person with the departed souls as they convey the messages from the spirit world. Christianity has said about the feathers being related to great virtues and an image of a signet ring bearing three feathers was a symbolic of charity, faith and hope, with each of the three feathers representing one of these virtues. In ancient Egypt, feathers were used in worshipping the Gods and a feather tattoo stood for the wisdom of the Egyptian Goddess Matt, the Goddess of truth and justice. It was believed that she compared the weight of the heart of the deceased with that of a feather, while carrying out the mummification process. If the heart was as light as the feather, the soul was deemed as pure and the spirit was considered fit for further evolution and could move freely into the next phase of afterlife. According to Celtic mythology, the people with superior powers wore cloaks adorned with feathers for some special ceremonies. In the legend, Morrigon wore a cloak of raven feathers to get transformed into a bird, which gave her a power of higher reasoning to understand the world in a better way. As like feather tattoos Koi fish tattoos has its own cultural significance and historical background.

Besides the designs of feathers and the birds they come from, the color of the feathers have their symbolic meanings too. For instance, white stands for purity, yellow for smartness and red for passion. Just like feathers are associated with spiritual heights, liberty and freedom, feather tattoos are all about dreams, higher intelligence and spiritual uplifting. They stand for movement of soul and ability to float despite all kinds of obstacles.

Feather Tattoo Designs

As different birds have different types of feathers, there is an equally vast variety available in terms of tattoo designs for people to pick from. But this must be done after proper research about the deeper meaning to be signified by the feather tattoo. Besides the regular designing of the feather tattoo, some modifications can go a long way in enhancing its beauty and overall look. There have been examples of use of vivid colors and adornments such as beads to make these tattoos even more impressive.

Feather tattoos are equally important among men and women, because their symbolic meaning make them relevant for both the sexes. While men love to have them adorned because they mean power, freedom and strength, they look great on women too. When it comes to the exact placement of feather tattoos on the body, there are a number of options where these tattoos can look good. They can be adorned on back, side, chest, arm and foot.

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Peacock Feather with Mantra

Peacock Feather with Mantra

Peacock Feather with Mantra

Feather tattoos are equally important among men and women, because their symbolic meaning make them relevant for both the sexes. Feathers have commonly been used as tattoo designs since distant past and they have a deep rooted, significant meaning associated with them, when used as tattoos, both among men and women. These designs continue to be popular and sought after ones till date, between both the sexes. Feathers have always been the object of fascination for human beings, as they are associated with birds, the exquisite flying creatures which stand for freedom, independence, triumph and liberty and these tattoos, which incorporate beautiful feather design, symbolize the power of birds. In fact, feathers can not only add an amazing beauty to a tattoo design, but also give it an absolutely new meaning and significance for the bearer.

The Symbolic Meaning of Feather Tattoos

They are all about giving freedom to the individuality of a person and establishing him as an individual in his own right. In Native American culture, feathers were used as a protective talisman, which is the reason why these made an integral part of dreamcatchers, as a hanging on the bottom part, as they were considered effective for trapping bad dreams and negative energies, and providing protection from nightmares. The culture also regarded the feathers as a symbol of nature and revered them for the same reason.

Cultural Significance of Feather Tattoos

In Native American cultures, feathers represented the spirit of the birds they belonged to and these feathers were used by them in their ritualistic ceremonies, for the purpose of purifying and energizing the environment with their positive spiritual energies. Feathers of different birds had their own different meanings. For instance, eagle feathers were presented to warriors as they stood for bravery and courage, besides having the ability to help the recipient soar high in life, in worldly as well as spiritual sense. This is the reason these tattoos were seen mostly on the bodies of military forces. At the same time, these feathers were of tremendous spiritual value in Native American culture, as they represented wisdom and spiritual communication.

In some cultures, a fallen feather depicts a departed soul, while others take it as a sign of birth. It is also said that feathers stand for the communication of a person with the departed souls as they convey the messages from the spirit world. Christianity has said about the feathers being related to great virtues and an image of a signet ring bearing three feathers was a symbolic of charity, faith and hope, with each of the three feathers representing one of these virtues. In ancient Egypt, feathers were used in worshipping the Gods and a feather tattoo stood for the wisdom of the Egyptian Goddess Matt, the Goddess of truth and justice. It was believed that she compared the weight of the heart of the deceased with that of a feather, while carrying out the mummification process. If the heart was as light as the feather, the soul was deemed as pure and the spirit was considered fit for further evolution and could move freely into the next phase of afterlife. According to Celtic mythology, the people with superior powers wore cloaks adorned with feathers for some special ceremonies. In the legend, Morrigon wore a cloak of raven feathers to get transformed into a bird, which gave her a power of higher reasoning to understand the world in a better way. As like feather tattoos Koi fish tattoos has its own cultural significance and historical background.

Besides the designs of feathers and the birds they come from, the color of the feathers have their symbolic meanings too. For instance, white stands for purity, yellow for smartness and red for passion. Just like feathers are associated with spiritual heights, liberty and freedom, feather tattoos are all about dreams, higher intelligence and spiritual uplifting. They stand for movement of soul and ability to float despite all kinds of obstacles.

Feather Tattoo Designs

As different birds have different types of feathers, there is an equally vast variety available in terms of tattoo designs for people to pick from. But this must be done after proper research about the deeper meaning to be signified by the feather tattoo. Besides the regular designing of the feather tattoo, some modifications can go a long way in enhancing its beauty and overall look. There have been examples of use of vivid colors and adornments such as beads to make these tattoos even more impressive.

Feather tattoos are equally important among men and women, because their symbolic meaning make them relevant for both the sexes. While men love to have them adorned because they mean power, freedom and strength, they look great on women too. When it comes to the exact placement of feather tattoos on the body, there are a number of options where these tattoos can look good. They can be adorned on back, side, chest, arm and foot.

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