Category Archives: Indian Tattoo

Native American Tattoos Speak of Heritage and History

Many early American Indians incorporated tattoo art into their culture. In earlier centuries Native Americans used on objects like sharpened bones or rocks to carve tattoos into their skin. Then they would for the tattoo outline with natural dyes or soot. The reasons for people getting these tattoos were many and both men and women…

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Delicate and Primitive, Down-to-Earth and Sky-Bound: The Feather Tattoo

When cave men and women decided to decorate themselves, one of the first materials that came to hand would have been feathers. Feathers didn’t require digging in the ground, like diamonds: feathers would have simply fallen to the earth, a gift of nature. What could be more inspiring? Even if man couldn’t fly, his spirit…

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The Popularity of Indian Artwork in Tattoos

Tattooing has become a popular form of artwork all over the world. As the popularity increases, so have the styles of tattoos that are available. The traditional tattoo style is no longer the only art work available. Artists are looking to all types of artwork and cultures for inspiration. Because of this movement, Indian tattoos…

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