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Whether you're a die hard mathematician, or you're as clueless around numbers as a drunk third-grader, there's no denying that numbers make up a huge part of all of our lives. After all, without them, we wouldn’t have birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, or a myriad of other situations where numbers come into play. That’s why we’ve gathered a collection of some cool ideas for number tattoo designs. Here, you’ll find all of the reasons why number tattoos are popular, as we reveal all the cool things they’ve been used to signify in the gallery below. You’ll see number tattoo photos of ink that symbolizes everything from birthdays to wild mathematical principals. Looking for a way to commemorate your wedding day with a ring you’ll never lose? Check out the anniversary wedding ring tattoos you’all see below. Want to use a number tattoo as a shout out to your family? You’ll find plenty of ways to do it, ranging from birth order sibling tattoos, to latitude and longitude tattoos that represent where you're from. (Source: www.ranker.com)
The Auschwitz camp complex was the only location that issued identifying tattoos during the Holocaust. Only prisoners selected for forced labor were assigned serial numbers. Prisoners who were sent directly to the gas chambers were not registered or tattooed. More than 400,000 serial numbers were assigned at Auschwitz.
This lovely little tattoo is a good example of a more ornate script style used to enhance the visual appeal of a number. Here, the number ten—no doubt holding some special significance to the wearer—is created using a formal script typeface that incorporates exaggerated serifs and filigree to produce a more interesting and personalized design. The line work is consistent and fairly precise, although there are some small flaws in the fine line filigree work. The use of gray wash shading is well executed and helps to create a more dynamic tattoo. (Source: nextluxury.com)
Numbers do not change and is a consistent language in which individuals may use to express themselves. What better self-expression than a tattoo? Many people get number tattoos for various reasons, most of which are very personal and meaningful to the tattoo wearer. Sometimes it’s an obvious meaning, other times, no one but the wearer will know what the numbers mean. Do you have a special number or series of numbers that you’d like to incorporate into a tattoo design for your next ink session? Check out these 15 Mathematical Number Tattoos for ideas and inspiration.
And speaking of matching costar tattoos, the two Stark sisters, Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner, got inked in September 2016. The Game of Thrones actresses got teeny tattoos of the date August 7, 2009, on their arms to commemorate the day they found out they were cast on the series. (Remember that, in the U.K., dates are written day/month/year, so theirs actually read 07.08.09.) The show was on hiatus at the time, so the TV sisters decided to get their tattoos before, uh, anything bad happened to their characters in the upcoming season. “We don’t know if we’re going to make it, so Maisie and I were like, ‘Let’s get these before anyone kills us,’” Sophie joked on the Emmys red carpet. (Source: www.glamour.com)
Install this application on your home screen for quick and easy access when you’re ready to trace. (Source: inkbox.com) This “Dangerous Woman” unveiled two new delicate finger tattoos at the end of August 2016, each created by the celebrity tattoo artist Doctor Woo, who has left his intricate mark on tons of other high-profile clients. First up, the singer got the symbol for female on her left middle finger. She also got the letter A inked on her thumb. “I got [the A] for my best friend slash for myself,” Grande said on Snapchat as she revealed the new ink. Cute and meaningful. Demi Lovato is no stranger to body ink—the pop star has about 30 tattoos! But this adorable smiley strategically placed on the tip of her pinkie is definitely one of the most delicate. Lovato has said in the past that her tattoos range from being serious symbols to fun designs, but perhaps she sums up this one best in her August Instagram that revealed the new tiny ink: “Cause life’s too short not to tattoo your pinky ðŸ˜‚,” she wrote.