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One Mom's Moxie: Mens Tribal Tattoos at BullseyeTattoos.com

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Mens Tribal Tattoos at BullseyeTattoos.com

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Tribal tattoos have a unique look that is popular in the western world today, but most people who receive these tattoos do not understand the cultural relevance of their body art. Tribal designs originated from tribal nations and populations. Different designs were used to differentiate tribes and identify members within each tribe. Today, most men select tribal tattoo designs because they like how the designs look or have seen the style on other men. In fact, many tattoo artists design tribal tattoos based on common shapes and overall appearances without acknowledging the tribal meanings of their designs. 
For many men, tribal tattoos have a manly, rough symbolism that they feel expresses their manhood. To get an idea of the distinctive look tribal tattoos offer, look at the mens tribal tattoos at BullsEyeTattoos.com. This site offers an expansive collection of tribal tattoos. The styles range from traditional tribal patterns to more artistic interpretations of common tribal themes. One popular tribal design for men is the arm band. A tribal pattern encircles the bicep, so even the underside of the arm is covered. Some designs may include medallion designs or other shapes in the center of the arm band. These are typically designed for artistic appeal and hold no special meaning to most men. Some men do have authentic tribal tattoos that hold special meaning within their culture or tribe. These tattoos are sometimes recreated by modern tattoo artists from pictures the customer provides of family members who previously wore the design. These tattoos are often created as tributes to the man's ancestors.