01_black_cherry_tattooCherry tattoos

The cherry blossom has deep rich symbolic roots in Japan, China, and other Asian cultures. Cherry blossom tattoos are common among the Japanese and Chinese. Cherry blossom tattoos are now beginning to gain popularity outside of the Eastern culture…  Continue Reading>





01_Blue_Chrysanthemum_TattooChrysanthemum tattoos

Chrysanthemum is one of the most cultivated flowering plants and a popular plant of the daisy family. Like many other flowers, chrysanthemum also becomes one of design elements for tattooing…  Continue Reading >






01_blue_chrysanthemum_tattooChrysanthemum Flower tattoos

The chrysanthemum flower signifies joy, optimism and hope. Being a flower with such positivism, it has naturally become a favorite motif in tattoo art. Therefore, a chrysanthemum tattoo is found in a variety of colors and styles from simple to exotic…  Continue Reading >





06_clover_tattoo_imagesClover tattoos

When it comes to symbols, nothing represents the Celtic heritage like the clover and shamrock. The clover and shamrock have been part of Ireland for centuries. In the tattoo world, nothing represents that heritage like a clover or shamrock tattoo…  Continue Reading >




01_3d_dandelion_tattooDandelion tattoos

As for the tattoo designs used in a dandelion flower, probably 85 percent to 90 percent are of the dandelion in its seeding stage, with the seeds being blown across the body to produce a nice looking tattoo…  Continue Reading >




04-fern-tattoo-ideas20 Fern tattoos

Ferns are considered one of the most ancient plant families out there. They existed even before dinosaurs roamed the Earth. If you watch documentaries or movies which starred dinosaurs, you will probably notice that the dominant plants on the background are large ferns…  Continue Reading >


01_butterfly_and_hibiscus_flower_tattooHibiscus tattoos

One beautiful symbolic flower tattoo popular among women is the delicate hibiscus flower. The hibiscus is an exotic flower that originates in the Pacific. The hibiscus flower is symbolic to a variety of Pacific cultures…  Continue Reading >





01-3d-lily-tattoo-for-womenLily Flower tattoos

Lily is a popular flower. The adorable color of lily is simply irresistible by girls to choose for their tattoo designs. Lily flower gains its popularity in women’s tattoo designs not only just for its cute, elegant and fashionable appearance, but also for the rich symbolic meanings it carries, love, affection, modesty, happiness, warmth and more…  Continue Reading >



07_Lotus_Flower_Tattoo_Designs_BeautifulLotus tattoos

Flowers are a popular choice of design for tattoos, and a lotus flower tattoo design is particularly eye-catching. The beauty of a lotus flower tattoo design is that it will look amazing in practically any location on the body, and can be as big or as small as you want it…  Continue Reading >





02_japanese_magnolia_tattoo20+ Magnolia tattoos

Flowers are a favorite theme for tattoo artists to play with, and whether it is for their shapes, colors, textures, or patterned looks, floral theme tattoos have a very artistic effect…  Continue Reading >






04_Blue_Orchid_TattooOrchid tattoos

One beautiful tattoo that you may find interest in is the orchid tattoo. The orchid is a very beautiful and symbolic flower. The orchid tattoo is worn mainly by women, but you may see them on men every now and then…  Continue Reading >





03_peony_flower_tattooPeony tattoos

The peony flower is a powerful symbolic symbol to China and Japan. The peony has been a part of both cultures for centuries. Peonies are also called “botany.”…  Continue Reading >






04_poppy_flower_tattoo_designsPoppy tattoos

Flower tattoo has always been one of the popular choices for women tattoo idea. From time to time cupped shape poppy flower came into our view among the beautiful tattoos. Poppies have long been cultivated in many parts of the world…  Continue Reading >





03_Open_Rose_TattooRose tattoos

The Rose in the West represents what the Lotus does in the East. A symbol of love, but especially of a love that is pure. Because of the rose’s beauty, scent and shape, it is the ultimate floral symbol…  Continue Reading >





02_realistic_sunflower_tattoo20 Sunflower tattoos

I think flowers are one of the most beautiful things the universe has created. They make people happy, fall in love, and friendly. One of my favorite flowers are the sunflowers…  Continue Reading >






01_black_tulip_tattooTulip tattoos

Tulips in general are a representation of new growth, new beginnings, or the hope after an incredibly long, cold Winter. So it’s no surprise that tulip tattoos are a tattoo choice that quite a few people enjoy. What is neat about a tulip tattoo is that you can really have a lot of variety and options that you can do with them…  Continue Reading >





01-blue-daisy-tattoo50 Daisy Tattoos

Among the flower tattoos, daisy designs have the most colorful patterns. You can find daisy tattoos of various colors by many people. Whether the original yellow or the special blue, colorful daisy tattoos are prevail all over the world. However, some people may just like the black color daisy designs because they are simple and also outstanding…    Continue Reading >




19-Red-Carnation-TattooCarnation Tattoos

Carnation tattoo can be associated with the concept of love, respect, and fortune. According to some beliefs, this flower first emerged on earth from the tears of Virgin Mary. So in a way it represents the greatest of all love, a mother’s love for her children. This flower has always been connected with the good and auspicious ceremonies. For example, in ancient Greece, this flower was used for the adornment of crowns…    Continue Reading >



3d Lily Tattoo20+ Lily Tattoos

The whiteness of the lily’s long white petals speaks of purity, innocence, and chastity. At the same time and in other cultures, the trumpet-like flower has evoked associations of erotic love and procreation. Clearly, the lily is one of the most ambiguous of all flower symbols. Christians took possession of the symbol on the basis of the Sermon on the Mount and it’s «lilies of the field» passage. Consider how beautiful they grow, though «they toil not». God provides, that’s the message, and the lily emerges as a symbol of faith and surrender to god’s grace. Liturgically, the lily is a symbol of Easter and of Christ himself, of resurrection and immortality. It’s evocative scent, the odor of chastity…   Continue Reading >