Geometric tattoos often are used as sacred rituals because their intended goal is to show you a path to understanding. Each individual part of the tattoo has a…
One of the most prominent tattoo trends in recent years is geometric designs. Adding shapes – such as triangles and squares – as well as dots, lines, and patterns to your tattoo can give it a unique and futuristic style. Flowers look great with geometric elements because of the contrast between the angular shapes and the soft, organic curves of the flower.
If this isn’t a work of art then I don’t know what is. In fact, I’m going to go as far as to label this design Fine Body Art. And I don’t care how cold of a climate you live in. If you have a design like this on your leg, you owe it to yourself to wear short shorts all day every day.
Beetles have also caught the eye, and prayers, of those people seeking Divine intervention. By far, the most well-known beetle to grace the surface of religious artifacts is the Scarab Beetle. Known as ‘The Creator’ or ‘The Khepri’ in ancient Egypt, Scarab Beetles were believed to be a representation of the Sun God and the way they rolled their dung ball across the hot desert sands was said to be a cosmic re-enactment of the ancient Sun god, Atum, pushing the sun across the vast sky.
Mountain tattoos often represent a person’s connection to the wilderness or act as a reminder of obstacles they have overcome. These ancient natural land formations also symbolize eternity, consistency, and order, as mountains ‘cannot be moved’. Because they have a geometric shape – a triangle – mountains work very well as a simple tattoo.