Tuesday, March 30, 2010

tatto sexy and hot

What do your tattoos mean to you?

They all have different meanings. Some represent a feeling I was having or an event in my life that I wanted to remember. Most of them follow a theme for the most part.....Love and Fate.

I came across this sexy momma one day and was instantly drawn to her. Not just because she is affectionately known as a MILF but because her tattoos were damn sexy too! Have a read of this quick interview and you will see what I mean....

Where you got them done/artists name?

I get all my work done at Modern Body tattoo in Sacramento. My artist is Alycia Harr. She is the only person I will let tattoo me. She's wonderful. She's the only person that I can say "do whatever you want" and end up with something I like.

Any more tattoos planned?

Of course! We are currently planning to do flowers on my right arm, Alice and wonderland theme for my right calf, insect theme for my left calf and a full back piece. We're thinking of doing celtic angel wings but we're not sure yet. At some point we're going to do my chest.....probably a sacred heart with a dagger but I haven't worked up the balls for that one yet!

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Due to the development and innovation in the society, the Japanese tattoo art has also developed. Nowadays, body art has gained popularity not only for younger people but the adults alike. For younger people they acquire this work of art just to keep in the fashion trend but for others they put tattoo in their body for some sentimental reasons. Upon knowing the transitions of tattoo art in Japan you will surely appreciate to have any of the designs and symbols inked in your body.

Japanese Tattoo Art

Tattoo's galore

Tattoo art being displayed by one of the attendees at the second annual London Tattoo Convention. The three day event was held at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane and showcased over 100 tattoo artists from around the world.

Japanese Tattoo Art

The tattoo making during the Edo period became a taboo to the Japanese culture because it is used by prostitutes. The yujos inked body art in their body to attract customers that is why tattoo has gained negative impact in the society.

Tattoo Art Gallery

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Chinese Dragon Tattoos

There are many Chinese dragon tattoo designs. Among them, the most common is the Horned Dragon. This particular tattoo design is believed to produce rain. Other types of dragon tattoos include Winged Dragon, Celestial Dragon, Spiritual Dragon, Yellow Dragon, Underground dragon and many more. There are also some Chinese zodiac dragon tattoos.

Apart from these dragon tattoos there are several other designs that are also becoming very popular in the recent times like tribal dragon tattoos, Celtic dragon tattoos and many more.

Where you get a tattoo design inked is totally a matter of personal choice. However, there are some most apt and popular placements for each tattoo design. In case of dragon tattoo, shoulders, upper arms, chest, ankles and lower back area are the preferred choice of tattoo enthusiasts.

One can choose any portion depending on their comfort level, size as well as how much visibility they want for their design. For instance, while chest and back areas are perfect for an elaborate dragon tattoo design, the placement is not suitable if you want to flaunt your tattoo most of the times.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Where to put Tribal Tattoos

Tribal tattoos are a feasible tattoo choice as they can be placed anywhere on the body. Tribal tattoos can be placed on the chest for men and on the lower back for women. One of the most common places to find tribal tattoos on the body is the fact that they can be easily used as an arm piece through the use of a sleeve or arm band.

Most tribal tattoos are black and dark in color as they can be simplistic but make a large statement when they are chosen to tattoo on the body. Tribal tattoos are a great way to choose a neutral tattoo that can be combined with other designs that may already be present on the body, or designs that are planned for the future.

Tribal tattoos should be placed on the body where they can be bold enough to make a statement about the person that has chosen the tribal tattoo.

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As a tattoo enthusiast, I am always on the lookout for the latest and best tattoo artist out there. Undeniably, there are the very famous Miami Ink, and L.A. Ink. There are several different categories for tattoos.


Abstractions are tattoo designs that are mostly from archaic tattooing. Almost all the tribal tattoos belong to this category, as well as Celtic or modern, western abstract designs.

Naturalistic Tattoos

Naturalistic tattoos fall in this category.

Pledge or Dedication Deigns

These kinds of designs are associated with sailor or ‘traditional’ western tattooing. Some examples of pledge or dedicated tattoos are the heart and name banner tattoo, the anchor with a ship name, and the insignia of a military regiment.

Simplifications or Stylized Designs

You can also stylize non-flash, custom tattoos. This may include hearts, stylized flowers, leaves, and other images and characters.

Complex Structures or Combinations

Another popular tattoo type is complex structures like the traditional Japanese body suits or an amalgamation of images and characters which are not directly associated with each other.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

More Meaning of Japanese

The Japanese dragon is one of the mythological creatures most popular selected for inking and a traditional choice for a design of tattooing. It is usually depicts as a creature snake-like without wings and heavy-measured with small scratched legs and chief with horns or antlered of camel, and is associated with the sea, the clouds or the skies. The Japanese dragons tend to being much thinner and fly less frequently than the Chinese counterparts.

The breath of the Japanese dragon changes into clouds of which come rain or fires. It can increase or contract its body, and moreover it with the power of the transformation and invisibility. It is simply a general description and does not apply to all the Japanese dragons, some of which have the heads so extraordinary kind which they cannot be compared with anything in the animal kingdom.

There are a wide vareity of different tattoo possibilities with a dragon. There are the issues of location, size and design to consider. The style and look of the dragon can often determine what the person might wish to represent. For example an evil looking dragon that is bearing his large teeth and sourrounded by flames and wrapping around a large sowrd would obvisouly represent power, strength and the warrior spirit. Where as a dragon that is depicted in a sceen above a large body of water or int he clouds in flight might represent peace and beauty. So the style, look and feel of the tattoo will ultimatly determine the meaning of the tattoo. Japanese Dragon Tattoo Placement

Since dragons are so prevelant through Japanese art, architecture, and literature there are many different even historically famous tattoo designs to choose from when contemplating getting a dragon tattoo. As far as location the most popular place is a very large full back piece. This allows for a lot of canvas space to truly depict the beauty and power of the mystical beast. You are not just locked into a large back piece however, as there are many different dragont attoo designs to work with and you can get a tattoo anywhere on your body that you want. Typically calves, shoulders and sleeve tattoos also work well for dragon tattoos. The choice is up to you and what you want and what you are looking to express int he design.

Women with Japanese Dragon Tattoo

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Best Celebrity Tattoo

Arguably, celebrity tattoos are the whole reason why tattooing is so popular and so widely accepted today. A few decades ago, the art of tattooing was firmly lodged in the underworld, with just a few exceptions.

A tattoo was seen as evidence of a ‘racy’ or dodgy past, and an indication that someone wasn't’t quite ‘respectable’. Exceptions might be made for someone who had spent time at sea, for example, but tattoos, especially on women, were always a bit controversial. Celebrity tattoos changed all that.

When celebrities started getting tattoos and flashing them publicly, it did a lot for the public’s perception of tattooing. After all, celebrities are the closest thing we have to royalty – they tend to function as role models for the rest of us, for better or for worse.

When the concept of tattooing was first brought to Europe by seventeenth century explorers, tattoos were difficult and expensive to get, so only a few lucky members of the upper classes had them. Later, when tattooing became more accessible, it was devalued.

Then, when celebrity tattoos became public knowledge, it seemed to give the rest of us permission to explore the ancient art of tattoos ourselves. As a result, tattoo images themselves improved, incorporating more classic – and classy – styles.

The king of celebrity tattoos is undoubtedly Robbie Williams. He's a real fan of tattoo art and depending on how you count he has got 14 tattoos, including a Celtic cross, a lion, a Maori tribal, a Christian cross, two swallows, the eye of Horus, a piece of Beatles music and 7 word tattoos.

If Robbie Williams is the King of celebrity tattoos, then the queen is undoubtedly Angelina Jolie, famous for her multiple tats – at least a dozen, at last count.

Critics are quick to point out that Jolie broke one of the cardinal rules of tattooing – she incorporated the name of her former husband in a prominent tattoo design on her upper arm, and then had to undergo a painful and tedious laser tattoo removal treatment after they broke up (she had more tattoos removed).

Angelina Jolie’s tattoos can also be a bit of a challenge for movie makeup crews to cover up – putting all that aside, though, they are a creative and fascinating expression of her individuality and personal philosophy. Examples include a saying in Arabic that means “will” or “determination”, and the phrase “know your rights” in gothic letters across the top of her back.

Johnny Depp’s tattoos express his quirky personality and sense of humor. A banner on his arm that used to read “ Winona forever”, in honor of actress Winona Ryder, was altered – or should we say edited – after his breakup with Ryder and now reads “Wino forever”!

Depp’s other tattoos include a tribute to his mother and his daughter, a skull on his ankle with the words “Death is certain”, and, most puzzling, the number 3 between his thumb and index finger!

These and other celebrity tattoos are great examples of how the art of tattooing can be adapted to individual taste and expressions of personality. Celebrity tattoos have been instrumental in the rehabilitation of this ancient art, making it attractive and acceptable for the rest of us.

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