The gorgeous Geisha!
She has actually ended up being such a quickly acknowledged part of Japanese culture due to her vibrant reds, and her whitened face and plain black hair. She is a sign of intrigue and charm. In conventional Japanese culture, she is referred to as a living artwork … maybe most appropriate for us individuals who enjoy tattoos! She is the ultimate in charm, made up and outwardly without emotions.
She went through years of training as an apprentice to end up being a Geisha. In Western society, we hold an excellent fascination for the mystery and the grace of the Geisha– in Japan, she is still an excellent attraction to the countless travelers who flock there.
As a tattoo, she has lots of possible meanings. She is a sign of the body as a work of art, or a sign of charm, or a symbol of secret and untouchable desire. Geisha women were well informed and well-rounded in their knowledge, so she could likewise be seen as a sign of intelligence. She is typically pictured holding a fan or an umbrella or a musical instrument to represent her secret and skills.
A black work geisha tattoo appears a little out of whack at first, till you get your eyes on the charm of this work. The fan, the combination with the other work– it’s spectacular.
Another black work geisha, as captivating as the last. The interest in this tattoo is assisted by the downcast eyes of the geisha, and the background of other signs of Japan. A tattoo that is as hectic as it is lovely.
For a topic like a geisha, which is so dramatic, why stop at a tiny tattoo? This complete back tattoo drastically represents the body as art. The color and the detail are extraordinary.
Now, here’s a tattoo that’s just plain graceful! Elegant! Sophisticated!
You understand, there is very little more striking than a red and black tattoo. You
combine it with such a well-crafted design and it’s favorably awesome.
Another red and black tattoo, this one with a completely different, but as efficient, feel to it. It’s a blend of the macabre and the gorgeous, incredibly remarkable.
Don’t the colors and beauty of the Geisha lend themselves to a full sleeve?
As is this ripper. The size of the tattoo really does lend itself to the larger body parts, the torso, the back, the thigh.
Now, this one is just beautiful. The red sun and red lips of the geisha offer a contrast with the black detail. Nice!
Another stunning sleeve, appropriate for either a man or a woman.
A smaller design than those we’ve been taking a look at– but still inviting. The positioning, in this case, is very clever, as it will permit the wearer to ‘fill in’ the rest of her sleeve as she chooses.