American client gets a custom design of aÂ BuddhaÂ with a background of the ocean, a mountain, sun, palm trees and some cherry blossoms design, done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila, Philippines.
As aÂ tattoo designÂ or symbol, there is perhaps noÂ religiousÂ icon or symbol more universally recognized today than the ChristianÂ Cross.Â ReligiousÂ symbolism is prominently featured in severalÂ tattoo designgenres, both ancient and modern, and in fact it could be argued that all traditional tattooing among indigenous peoples has a strongÂ spiritualelement.
Symbols like theÂ crossÂ go back long before the written word. One of the oldest crosses was placed within a circle. These Solar or Wheel Crosses appeared in Neolithic Europe, often as petroglyphs or rock carvings. They are also found in Asia, America, and India, as representations of the rising and setting ofÂ the sun, the seasons, and the union of the polarities. Since theÂ crossÂ was used all over the world, it is no small wonder that it took on many different meanings within many different cultures.
Within modern tattoo genres, theÂ crossÂ is aÂ tattoo designÂ that has been in vogue for at least the last two centuries, and was tattooed by sailors, merchant seamen, was heavily represented in Old School tattooing, was popular among Military Serviceman, Latino tattooing, and is today one of the most popularÂ tattoo designsÂ in the world.
TheÂ CrossÂ itself is one of the most ancient, widespread, and important symbols in human history – the vertical and horizontal lines representing Father and Mother Nature, respectively. The point of intersection of those two lines — the point of synthesis — represented those mystical andÂ spiritualÂ concepts that embraced the meeting of the material and theÂ spiritualÂ in human existence. Couple gets a custom cross tattoo design, done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila, Philippines.
Virgin MaryÂ tattoo designsÂ are very popular in Latino and Catholic cultures, with both men and women. She’s known in Mexico asÂ La Virgen de Guadalupe, or theÂ Virgin of Guadalupe, and she holds a special place in the hearts of most Mexicans. The well-known icon shows a brown-skinned Mary, her hands clasped in prayer, casting a sombre downward look. She stands on a crescent moon, which is held up by an angel. Light emanates from her entire body. Because the history ofÂ the imageÂ is so ‘Mexican’, it has cultural as well asÂ religiousÂ associations. Our Lady of Guadalupe tattoo done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila, Philippines.