Category Archive: WEAR YOUR INK


SYMBOLIC INK : The Wolf The Wolf has always been a symbol of evil, as well as good. It has many different meanings across the world.     The Egyptians also worshipped the… Continue reading

SYMBOLISM. The moth.

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SYMBOLISM: The Hummingbird.

BLOG NOTE! I have recently started to place all my blogs onto a page within my website It’s not exactly a creative tool … so it may not look like the last posts… Continue reading

SYMBOLISM. Lotus flower

The Lotus flower meaning is shared across several cultures.     The Lotus slowly emerges from a pond or muddy water over a three day period and then blooms in the morning until mid-afternoon.… Continue reading


Mandala (Sanskrit: ‘circle’) is a spiritual and ritual symbol, representing the Universe.    The term is of Hindu origin, but is also used in other religions, particularly Buddhism. In various spiritual traditions, mandalas… Continue reading

SYMBOLIC INK. ‘Wear your ink’ . X.

Skull & X bones symbolism In general the ‘skull & crossbones’ image is said to be symbolic of mortality and rebirth.   The bones below the skull are crossed diagonally, in a saltire… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK. Crystallised.

 Crystallised: Tattoo design, style & culture  Here’s my inkpiration board for all things ‘crystallised’                I love anything geomentric, facetted, geological…. and the strong shapes often feature… Continue reading

‘WEAR YOUR INK’ ENTOMOLOGY STYLE (Moth tattoo symbolism)

       Lucio Palmieri                                                          … Continue reading


SWALLOW Today, the symbol of the swallow can mean many different things around the world Sailors symbol   The swallow tattoo was a symbol used historically by sailors to show off their sailing… Continue reading

WEAR YOU INK. As a travel map #tattoo trend and styles

       I have always loved to travel (and am REALLY lucky to have visited many continents!) My thoughts are wandering to a tour  I am taking in a few weeks, over… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK: In pure White

  I am not a tattoo artist but i admire that skill & artistry …… I love the white ink What the industry says; When someone is tattooed, an artist uses a very… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK: Tiny #tattoo trends

Micro tattoo trend

SYMBOLISM. HEXAGON symbolic meaning.

  In geometry, a hexagon is a polygon with six edges and six vertices. The total of the internal angles of any hexagon is 720°. Meaning of 6; (as a numerological aspect of… Continue reading


As a geometric tool, it has no equal, if you put a cross inside a circle, then you are able to divide the circle equally The shape of a true Latin cross, when… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK: in a continuous line.Wire #tattoo design, art and culture

I love lines which flow continuously and quite often the motifs in my work flow on from one to another. This post illustrates a tattoo style which looks similar to wire. Love how… Continue reading


        SYMBOLIC INK The arrow The ARROW has many symbolic meaning attached to it Symbol of flight penetration & direction Symbol of power (to the carrier) Symbol of love. Diana… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK: Triangulated

The TRIANGLE shares the symbolic significance of the number 3 It therefore represents, many things that come in groups of 3 From the holy trinity,  to the triple aspect of the goddess In… Continue reading

SYMBOLISM: ‘All seeing eye’

All Seeing Eye   A single eye surrounded by rays of light within an unfinished pyramid. Known as ‘eye of providence’  it is said to represent god watching over mankind. The triangle symbol… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK: In two halves.

  WEAR YOUR INK…. in 2 halves. WEAR YOUR INK ….. joined. Sorry hate to not credit artists, but I dont know who did alot of the work here. Although the ‘photoshop’ style… Continue reading

WEAR YOUR INK: Like Black Tape. style it.wear it. build it. ink it. tattoo it

   Black tape/ style it / build it/ wear it / ink it Christopher Kane S.S 2013 / Chanel Esther Stocker / / Monika Grzymala   Monika Grzymala / Doug Meyer