Arrow Tattoo


Feathers have fascinated human minds, since the time immemorial. Many cultures all over the globe have seen feathers as sacred things or as gods’ gifts and used them in different rituals and ceremonies. Carrying the cultural heritage and wisdom of many generations the feathers’ images have become an integral part of modern tattoo art.

The Symbolism and Meanings of Feather Tattoos
Every feather tattoo isn’t just beautiful in design, it’s deeply meaningful and symbolic as well. can vary. Commonly the feather designs mean:

Freedom (any bird feather)
Spirituality and Faith (dove feather)
Beauty and Elegance (peacock feather)
Resurrection and Immortality (phoenix feather)
Wisdom and Knowledge (owl or raven feather)
Strength, Bravery, and Fearlessness (eagle feather)
Justice and Truth (ostrich feather)
Fertility and Wealth (turkey feather)

A single feather & Arrow Tattoo design is already rich in symbolism.


But if you want it to make it even more significant, adding these complementing designs

Tribal patterns
Geometric elements
Dreamcatcher design
Native American headdress
Letterings or dates
String of beads
Infinity sign, etc.

There are thousands of bird species in the world. you have a wide selection of different feather tattoos to choose from. If you want to be a happy owner of a big feather tattoo, try placing it on the shoulder, thigh, arm or back.

Smaller and more delicate inks look just lovely on fingers, wrist and behind the ear. Feather tattoos come in different shapes and colors depending on the bird the feather belongs to and your preference.

The intricate design and breathtaking the beauty of feathers make them a perfect unisex tattoo.

As for styles, consider some of the most appropriate for feather tattoos:

White Ink
Realism or 3D
Traditional and Neo-Traditional
Graphic or Sketch styles
Linework or Dotwork
Black and gray
Japanese Traditional

Roaring Lion Tattoo

lion head tattoo

Lion Tattoo

Roaring Lion Tattoo

A roaring lion is an animal to be respected and feared. It is a symbol of Power and Authority and a sign that you aren’t a person to be taken lightly. Roaring lions are born leaders, gifted fighters, and, in a crunch, are the persons who can best guide the group out of danger. According to the tradition, a lion whelp was still-born but brought to life by the roar of his father. The whelp later went on to create and lead the tribes of Israel. The symbolism shows that the word of the Divine (represented by the roaring Lion) has the power to breathe life into weakest being (the whelp) and transform him into a force to be reckoned with. A Roaring Lion Tattoo expresses to the world that you aren’t a pushover and that a beast lies underneath the surface, primed and ready to strike.

Aside from the basic verbal symbolism of the lion, there are some deeper meanings connected to them as well.

Lion tattoos have been placed on men throughout history. Those in Asia, Africa, India and the Middle East have put great emphasis on the lion tattoo for many centuries. Lions have always been known as the king of the jungle and this status portrays great power. I think this has always been the big draw about the lion tattoo. If you think about it, the lion can also be a symbol of a religious nature. King of the Jungle – King of Kings.

Ancient Civilizations

The lion has been portrayed for many years in ancient cultures, legends, mythology, astrology, literature, movies, and much more. In a few ancient civilizations, lions were owned by kings and royalty. The lion was a symbol of power to the people of the king’s power and strength. In an interesting contrast, in Roman mythology, the lion is associated with love.

The lion was also symbolic to the Egyptians—they often portrayed two lions with their backs to one another. These statues represented balance, which was very important to the Egyptians. They would usually place these statues outside of sacred structures. The Egyptians believed in balance, such as sunrise/sunset and east/west—their lion statues represented this all-important balance.

Amazing Lotus Mandala Tattoo

Lotus Mandala Tattoo
The Lotus flower meaning is shared across several cultures. The Lotus slowly emerges from a pond or muddy water over a three day period and then blooms in the morning until mid-afternoon. … In Buddhism, the lotus flower rising and blooming above the murk to symbolizes enlightenment and spiritual awakening.