INK THEM! New tattoo style vector released!

New packs are in town, tattoo style, bright colors, glossy elements, in the same unique style. I’ve noticed from the poll that we’ve created in the site that the tattoo vectors are the most wanted, so…. guess what? The squeaky wheel gets the oil. Or ink, hehe :), to be in theme.
We all know that each tattoo has a meaning, but a tattoo can mean something due to a certain legend, to certain religious references, or created by certain cultures. But, to all these, a tattoo is very personal, and  many times bears symbolism for the wearer alone. We hope these two vector packs are helpful and you’ll use them for great purposes, they’re all meant to glamor. You can use them for designs, logos, Cd covers, or only for fun.
Let’s take a glance into some of our team’s latest tattoo designs to see what they stand for. I hope this won’t be boring.

1. Sun– The sun is a symbol for sacredness of life, warmth, nurturing. Because the sun was considered to be the center of the universe for so long, it’s no wonder it was worshiped in many cultures. As a tattoo symbol, sun represents fertility, courage, light, passion, vitality and knowledge.

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2. Activist skull–  The skull is a symbol of death first of all, and that shows out the fragility of life. The activist skull is a propagandist for life, living it at maximum, reminding us through it’s symbolism that we must die.

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3. The Virgin of Guadalupe – Is Virgin Mary, but for Mexico people has a special meaning and she holds a very important place in their hearts. The most common image of her is that representing her as a browny-skinned, with her hands clasped in prayer, with a downward look, standing on a moon with light emanating from her entire body.

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4. Pirate skull – Are obviously related to the pirate culture, and represent everything that has to do with them: courage, evilness, thievery. The word “pirate” comes from the Latin “pirata”, that means sea adventurer. They represent the power to kill without authority, supremacy over others, through battle.

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5. Crucified heart– The cross is today one of the most popular tattoo designs in the world, and is usually associated with its religious meaning. It symbolized life and immortality, fertility, the union of heaven and earth, the sun and the stars. Its four pointers, or arms, symbolized North, South, East and West, or the four winds, the elements, not to mention the human form, itself. The crucified heart means in higher levels the personalization of Jesus as love and purity.

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6. Lotus – The blue lotus symbolized well-being and long life to the ancient Egyptians, possibly even the act of creation itself. As  popular as rose, the lotus has a great reputation as it’s considered to be God’s favorite flower. It has a great symbolism first of all due to its great importance in culture. Within Hinduism and Buddhism the lotus flower has become a symbol for awakening to the spiritual reality of life. But in modern times, the meaning may vary, and it represents the struggle that everyone has to give in hard times. Because the lotus, this amazing flower grows out of mud, it proves that ugly places hide beautiful treasures. For many, the lotus is a symbol for life itself.

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1. Red rose -Standing for passion and love, this flower of everlasting beauty is represented here at its maturity, with its petals fully opened. Red roses are thought also to represent inner and outer beauty. The Ancient Greeks believed the rose was originally white in color. It turned to red when the goddess of love, Aphrodite, pricked herself with one of its thorns and bled on the blossoms.

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2. The eye – Usually, a single eye represents retrospection, looking to the past, in order to make a better future having the past as supreme example. It can also mean self protection, caution. When there are three eyes, they represent the past, the present and the future.

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3. Flying heart -According to history, soldiers leaving for World War II often made a trip to their local tattoo saloons to get a girlfriend’s name written on a heart before heading overseas. A flying heart means that love reached its greatest state and making the lover see the world from a higher, new and beautiful perspective, due to the wings. The wings are representative for the spirits ascension, but here, associated with the heart, it makes the love feeling go higher.

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4. Peace sign – It’s obviously a symbol for peace, but it started as an anti-nuclear symbol, that was designed in Britain during 1958.

Only after many decades this sign was well-known as carrying a simple and a powerful meaning: peace.

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5. Bad luck cat – Since ages, cats have been linked to magic and bad omens. Especially black cats, were, and still are associated with bad luck, because during the Medieval Inquisition  times black cats were always a companion of women thought to be witches.Black cats were thought to be the earthly appearance of daemons or evil creatures under the power of Satan himself. As a tattoo, the black cat may symbolize an admiration for Pagan or Wiccan spiritual beliefs.

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6. Lucky skulls – Skulls are not just symbols of humanity, but also evident symbols of human death. Many cultures have actually worshiped skulls as they were thought to be sources of power and luck for the owner. Gamblers usually tend to use the skulls as a “reverse bad luck” charm, in the hope that they will receive good fortune.

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1. St. Patrick skull and shamrock – These two symbols are representative for the Celts of Irish descent, and especially for St. Patrick’s Day, where, according to the legend, St. Patrick used the shamrock to explain people the idea of God, the three leaves clovers being representative for the trinity: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, all of them making up God. Also, according to the legend, the four-leaf clover is considered a symbol for luck, due to it’s extreme rarity. Anyway, the three leafs represent “hope”, “faith”, “love”, and the fourth one is, of course, “luck”. So, get yourself lucky with this new vector image, having also incorporated a St. Patrick’s skull. For the morbid taste, mwahaha

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2. Winged heart tattoo – Representative for the freedom of spirit. The heart is of course, one of the most used element of human body as a symbol for the most beautiful of spiritual things – love. The wings stand for freedom, and are used a lot in tattoos to add symbolism, and make the design more spiritual. The heart is also carrying two flags with the same heart symbol on them, as a propaganda for love.
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3. Pincers & ribbon – According to religious meanings, the open pincers stand for prayer and penance, making people think about the nailed Jesus. But this element might mean anything for the owner, if it is personalized.

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4. Red rose bud – The red rose is the most representative flower used in tattoo art. Here it appears embellished with thorns and leaves, and the fact that it is in bloom, represents the purity and immaturity of beauty. It’s thorns are a symbol of precaution, it shows that beauty is hard to get, and you must suffer to achieve it. The red rose in particular is sometimes associated with blood or life, deep love and affection.

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5. Swallow – The swallow has its symbolical roots  viagra online pharmacy in the sailors’ tattoos meanings, representing hope first of all, because for a sailor, a swallow it’s the first sign that land is near. Besides that, a swallow is a bird that chooses a mate for the entire life, so it also stands for unity and love, but in jail symbolism, it represents supremacy of white people and fighting skills.
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6. Japanese  dragon

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– It is one of the more popular of Japanese-style tattoos. In the same time fearless and beautiful, the Japanese dragon represents a supreme supernatural creature. The fact that the dragon is clutching a ball in his claws is representative for the fact that, according to legend,  the dragons are controlling the universe, the winds or the rains, and leads to the idea of supreme power. The message that a dragon tattoo sends is strong and meaningful, no matter what kind of dragon it represents.

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