Getting a tattoo is an exciting experiencing. Not only does it show off your personality and style, it’s what makes you — you. It is important to work with your tattoo artist for creating a tattoo that you will love both now and forever. As a tattoo artist, we are part artist and part therapist. Working together in a close and intimate setting allows us to get know our clients and what makes them tick. Here are few tips on how you can work with your tattoo artist to create your next tattoo.
Tattooing is a living art that breathes when you breathe and changes its look year by year. There are no boundaries and no strict rules when it comes to tattooing. You can do anything that you feel is right or beautiful and it will be a unique mark on your body that will highlight your personality. Still, similar to any art, tattooing changes through generation offering new ways of picturing symbols. Several trends in tattooing have the highest rates today. This article will discuss the top 2017 tattoo design style trends.
The New Year is upon us! Many people may be planning on getting their first tattoo this year. If so, customized designs are the way to go, as they ensure you are getting exactly what you want. This increase your chances of being satisfied with the tattoo over the long-term. Getting ready to book your first appointment can be intimidating for those receiving their first tattoo. Here are a few tips to ensure you first tattoo experience is less nerve-wracking, and more fun.
Ink is the new black. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, it is estimated that 45 million Americans are tattooed, and a poll from Harris finds tattooed men are now outnumbered by tattooed women.
Tattoos have become common in advertising and pop culture and have taken over the current media scenery. Many TV shows, commercials and ads are based on the tattoo industry. They are springing up on major networks, social media pages for tattoo culture are numbering in the millions of follows, and you would be hard pressed to take a walk on the street and not see several people sporting a tattoo or two. Tattoos have become a mainstream part of society, but it’s not long ago when tattoos were taboo and banned in many environments.
Just like the Japanese style, Tribal is one of the most ancient design styles. Typically it is black and is used for symmetry and geometrical designs. The difficulty of this design requires an artist with good line work and steady hand.
Tattoos have been around almost as long as man has walked the earth. Tattoos were used by tribal cultures to mark major life milestones for centuries. Even Mjoave Indians have tattooed their chins to ensure safe passage into the afterlife since time immemorial. Women in Myanmar’s Chin province began getting facial tattoos hundreds of years ago to discourage tyrannical kings from kidnapping them, but their facial art has since become a mark of beauty. For the past 200 years or more, Japan’s Yakuza mafia men have sported full-body tattoo art that to this day is applied with the primitive “hand-poked” method, which utilizes non-electrical hand tools and needs made of sharpened bamboo or steel.
Getting a piercing with your newly made friends from Fish Camp can be a great bonding experience. While it can be scary, it’s also a fun way to try something new and different in an environment that doesn’t judge. Here are a few of the many different types of ear piercing options to choose from.
Japanese design style tattooing is one of the most ancient, making it extremely sacred and traditional among the styles. It uses a hand-carved technique (also called tebori) and was made popular in Japan by the Yakuza, the Japanese criminal underworld. Similar to American traditional, it uses bold black outlines and minimal shading. Most often, these designs are meant to cover a whole limb, back or body suit.