Flower Tattoo Designs
Flowers, beautiful objects of nature, grow everywhere in the world. It is small wonder then that the art of tattoo includes numerous flower tattoo designs of all shapes, colors, and sizes. And with the rest of the world opening up to various unique cultures from the other side of the planet and the diversity and rich sophistication of technology, our fascination with floral designs is only beginning. What could be more attractive than flower tattoo designs of beauty and variety?
As a result, it is not unusual for people to choose flower tattoo designs to mark their body, whether to express their individuality, creativity, or spirituality – whatever the reason, motivation, or intention. And yet, does this mean that flower tattoo designs are commonplace? Is this why there is some hesitancy to settle on flower tattoo designs that by reason of their popularity seem to have attained some kind of “cookie-cutter” mass appeal?
While this is hardly unlikely, you need not worry about having unforgivably un-unique flower design tattoos. Tattoo artists around the world are paying special attention to creating flower design tattoos so that even the common rose can be found in thousands of shapes and sizes. So you can rest assured that you will find a design that perfectly fits your personality and individuality.
The choices at your disposal are endless. What’s more, when you combine these floral designs with fairies, a butterfly or even a heart, you expand your choices even more. So whether you want a large tropical flower design on your lower back or a small oriental wildflower on your ankle, you can be sure that your personal gallery of flower tattoo designs will be unique.
Choosing Your Flower Tattoo Designs
Some tattoos are like clothes. As trends and styles in clothes change, so do tattoos. But if you are looking for something that is timeless (because, after all, you can’t change tattoos as easily as you do clothes), then consider the following floral designs that offer an eternal object:
* Daffodil – It has several meanings, among them are deceitfulness, hope, unrequited love, and regard. This flower has been adopted by both the American Cancer Society and the Madame Curie Society, for whom it symbolizes hope and disease at the same time.
* Daisy – Another flower that has gained timeless appeal, the daisy generally represents innocence. However, the flower has several sub-categories which have their own unique meanings. The wild white daisy, for instance, means “I will think of it” while the colored daisies represent beauty.
* Hibiscus – Native to the warm climate of southern China, the hibiscus flower is overwhelmingly recognized as a symbol for delicate beauty. Now, this flower type can be found in the Pacific Islands as well as the US.