Saturday, August 31, 2013

Angelina Jolie Tattoos| Angelina Jolie Tattoos Pictures

|Ever wonder the meanings of Angelina Jolie's Tattoos. This article will unravel the meanings and provide insights to her numerous body arts.
Angelina Jolie is a famous American actress and has been cited in many celebrity news, magazines and websites as one of the world's "most beautiful woman" as well as the most "attractive" movie stars. She is best known for her lead roles in films such as "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider", "Hackers", "Mr. & Mrs. Smith", "Girl, Interrupted", "Wanted", "Changeling" and her voice work in "Kung Fu Panda".

Another aspect of her stardom that has garnered her great attention, both by her fans and the media, is her affinity to tattoos. Angelina Jolie tattoos are reflection of her persona, sensuality and emotional connections to her everyday life. Because of these, her collection of body arts are ever changing and evolving with new ones added to remind her of things she cares the most, while some being inked over or removed completely when they no longer holds true to her.
Angelina Jolie's first Tattoo: Death
Angelina Jolie inked her first tattoo at a very young age. Her first tattoo was a Japanese kanji for the word "Death" and inscribed on her left back shoulder. It served as a reminder to her to live life to the fullest. She has since covered it up with an ancient Khmer script when she adopted her son, Maddox.

Audrina Patridge Tattoos| Audrina Patridge Tattoos Pictures

A tattoo today is a style statement. It has become the fashion to get yourself inked to mark a significant event in your life, to pay a tribute to someone or something that is important to you, to reflect traits of your personality that you most identify with or to showcase your beliefs. Angelina Jolie, Megan Fox and Johnny Depp are some of the noted celebs whose tattoos are as famouas as they are. Reality star Audrina Patridge’s tattoos join those echelons of expression as even her tattoos are discussed more than her work on blogs across the world.

Audrina Patridge Tattoos| Audrina Patridge Tattoos Pictures

Many fans are inspired by them and constantly trawl web pages to find a clear enough image of her tattoos so they can get themselves inked the same way. Audrina gave us a view of the famous tattoo on her neck as she hosted Epic Saturdays at The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey on March 24.
When you first look at Audrina’s tattoo, it appears to be a snake wrapping itself around an apple. A closer look reveals that the apple is actually a hybrid of the fruit and a heart with four chambers. This is a unique design which has garnered interest from both tattoo fans and tattoo artists around the world.
The tattoo employs vibrant colors that pop and the size is large enough to draw attention to it. It leaves a vivid image in your mind and you won’t be forgetting how it looks for awhile. Perhaps that is why her neck tattoo is more popular than her other tattoos. Her sister has the same one. The positioning of the tattoo is quite smart as she can simply leave her hair down to hide it when it does not complement her outfit.
Like all art, tattoos too are open to interpretation. The same symbols and images will have varied meanings in different parts of the world. Sometimes, an image can have multiple meanings in the very same culture.
The apple and snake seem to be quite obvious references to the Bible’s Adam and Eve story with the apple standing for temptation and the snake a depiction of the serpent in the garden of Eden who lured Eve to take a bite of the apple which caused God to ban Adam and Eve from Paradise.
But the heart which is a part of the apple is a tougher nut to crack.
When talking about her tattoo, Audrina only touched up on the serpent, saying that in many ancient cultures the snake represented both Gods and demons. She did not elaborate further so we’re left to come to our own conclusions.
We think the apple and heart combined indicate desire, maybe for life or things or knowledge or all of these. The serpent – since she specified that it stood for both good and bad – may be symbolic of how we as human beings harbor both good and evil within ourselves. Our desires and our conscience usually dictate our actions, which is why even seemingly good people make bad choices and why bad people often do surprisingly good things. Audrina’s tatoo seems to be an accurate, honest representation of humanity.

Anthony Kiedis Tattoos| Anthony Kiedis Tattoos Pictures

Anthony Kiedis has 10 (visible) tattoos:
1. Bird on back
2. An Indian chief at the top of each arm
3. A band on each arm
4. A dagger on each arm.
5. A tiger on the inside of his right arm
6. A koi carp (and flower) on the inside of his left arm.
7. The Chili asterisk/star of infinity.

The majority of Anthony’s tattoos are in black ink although the two inner arm ones are coloured; his tattoos are symmetrical in layout with balanced, but not completely identical, designs on either arm. Many of the designs reflect aspects of his life most noticeably his North American heritage (on his maternal side). Several of his tattoos were drawn by, Henky Penky (real name Henk Schiffmacher), a tattooist based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, who is famous for his work on rock n’ roll icons.
Picture showing coloured tattoos:

Full Sleeve Tattoos| Sleeve Tattoos

Full Sleeve tattoo could be the collection of small tattoos or it could be a one large tattoo on the full sleeve usually covers most or all of the sleeve of the wearer. Full Sleeve tattoo could be just on the sleeve or it could be start from the shoulder to the wrist. Half sleeves or quarter sleeves are tattoos that cover only part of an arm usually above the elbow but can also be found below the elbow. A sleeve implies complete tattoo coverage of a particular area, so a half sleeve is a tattoo that covers the entire upper or lower arm and quarter sleeve usually covers the area of skin from the shoulder midway to the elbow. Sleeve tattoo is created when a person has many smaller tattoos on his/her arm and later has them connected with background tattooing to form a sleeve.

Full Sleeve Tattoos are very popular among the men as compare to the women. Some organizations have managed the rules by banning the sleev tattoos to their members like US Marine corps. Us Marrines are prohabited to get an arm tattoo or leg tattoo. The tattoo artists have introduced so many Full Sleeve Tattoos according to the choice of a wearer like combining the many small tattoos on the sleeve or a large tattoo that covers the full sleeve. Many people like to have a sleeve tattoo which only cover the upper or lower sleeve which also look great and eye catching. Now the girls are also developing keen interest to have a full sleeve tattoo but their choice can be quite different from the men as they like cute tattoos.