Heart Tattoo Designs
he heart tattoo designs in the picture are representative of a few of the styles available. While these are mainly of the tribal and Celtic variety, they are but a small percentage of the heart tattoo designs available. Let’s run down a few of the more popular designs. The Heart, pierced by an arrow. The arrow is a symbol for directed energy, flow and penetration. When paired with (and piercing) the heart, it represents the not-unpleasant sting of love. Stars and Hearts. A symbol of happiness and favorable opportunities. Hands Holding a Heart. Representative of a more maternal or paternal kind of love. The Golden Heart. Popularly associated with self- or God-consciousness. It symbolizes the personal awareness that you are at one with all things. The Black Heart. Commonly illustrates grief or morning, or "dark nights of the soul". In 1999, the white heart was adopted as the universal symbol of nursing, so it’s a great one for all of your heath care professionals to integrate into your tattoo. And the last heart tattoo design is the sacred heart. This is the design admired by Christians around the world. As you can see there are a lot of heart tattoo designs available, and this list doesn’t even scratch the surface!!
Heart Tattoo Designs
Since heart tattoo designs are so popular then let’s take a few minutes to talk about them. Now, tbe popularity of heart tattoo designs is something that’s not new. No sir, actually ever since the advent of tattooing people have started get heart tattoo designs inked into their skin. And why not? They make really nice tattoos and they often have a great symbolism behind them that a lot of other designs don’t. For one thing, heart tattoo designs can mean true love or the love the bearer has for another person. That is why you’ll often see hearts with banner stretched across them containing the names of family members, friends and lovers. The heart tattoo design in the picture has somewhat of a different meaning. It’s based on the burning heart motif which stands for the love of Christ, the savior. Of course, there are a few variations on the theme that make this different. For one, the usual flames have been replaced with a tribal design, though the person did keep flames at the top of the heart. I think this is a great interpretation of a great tattoo design and I really like it.
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