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"Wearing the color yellow around my grandpa was an inside joke between him and the grandkids. Whenever one of us would wear yellow, he would tickle us until we laughed so hard that we could barely breathe. I got this tattoo of one of the yellow sunflowers from his funeral to always be reminded of him." –marybe2nicole2 "My younger brother absolutely loves dinosaurs! He can name every one, and we grew up playing with Jurassic Park toys and loving every film. My favorite tattoo embodies this and my love for my only sibling." —estxx_kristine "This is a quote taken from Patton Oswalt's comedy special, Annihilation. I got it tattooed to help remind me that the world is chaos for everyone, and it's always better to choose kindness." —karlyb4358af021 "I got my Edward Scissorhands tattoo for my 18th birthday – it represents creativity despite any personal battles or adversity. And the flower was a last minute addition – it’s from Hadestown which also has to do with creation." —frankentai
"I got this when I started struggling with the rejection that came with dating after getting diagnosed with an STI. I had to remind myself that no matter how much I feel betrayed by my body or how hurt I feel when it’s rejected, it is still worthy of love from myself and others." —maryl4c0869465 "My daughter Brielle wrote her name for the first time when she was only two 1/2 years old. I saved the piece of paper for five years until I could figure out the perfect placement." —mimim1 "My dad died of cancer last year. He was a musician and a surfer. This tattoo is the outline of one of his oldest guitars with a wave inside. The night sky has two stars, one for him and one for his mom (my grandma) who died a year earlier. This tattoo means so much to me, and I love it so much." —mandik4c8539048
"Ever since I was young, I have been fascinated with the majestic beauty of elephants. I have also always admired Salvador Dalí as an artist. I spent years choosing the right Dalí-esque elephant tattoo." —christinamaryu "When my mom turned 70, I jokingly said, 'Hey mom, let's get your first tattoo for your birthday.' She agreed. My mom, sister, niece, and I all got different hummingbirds, my mom's favorite bird." —k4e39fd4aa
Those are only 5 of the unique tattoos for men. We have hopefully managed to show you what the true, unique symbolism of tattoos is. That’s why you should approach tattoos as concepts and not just images.
Are you planning to get inked? But can’t find the perfect design? If so, take a look at these unusual tattoos because there are ideas to help you. The art of tattooing is believed to date back 12,000 years and it seems like tattooing is more popular today than ever. This is due to the art evolving over the course of time as now designs adapt to current trends. Not only that but there are so many different styles of body art to. Traditional tattoos are still used today. However, people tend to choose designs that include flowers, dragons, hearts, skulls, stars and even kanji scripts. (Source: www.awesomeinventions.com)
Tattoos – a trend that we either love it or hate it! But, there is also a fair amount of population (including us), who hang on in the middle of the spectrum, having confused opinions about it. With all the millennials flaunting their unique tattoo designs on Instagram, we slowly get pulled into this bandwagon and get adventurous to try them out! (Source: stylesatlife.com)
Do you believe in freedom and independence? Then use this tattoo as a symbolic representation of your inner thoughts. The bird flying out of a cage can mean an escape from physical or mental slavery. Whether it could be out of a bad relationship, job or even depression, the open cage symbolises that you finally found your way out! (Source: stylesatlife.com)
Although it looks tiny, this delicate sapling turns into a mighty tree with time! It represents longevity, hope, prosperity and youthfulness. It is painted in a vertical way to indicate an upward growth in your life. If you are embarking on a new journey in your career or a relationship, this pretty green sprout is a great representation. Add a name or a goal to it to bring in the connection!
Lord Ganesha is one of the major Gods of the Hindu religion. He is the remover of obstacles and difficulties. Not only is he popular in India, but also worshipped by millions across the world. Many westerners prefer getting a Ganesha tattoo for its deep spiritual meaning. The face represents knowledge and wisdom, while the Omkara and the Trishul symbols represent auspiciousness and destruction of evil. (Source: stylesatlife.com)