Tiger tattoos are always popular and have been there since ages. They find more significance in Celtic and Tribal culture tattoos. If you are looking to get a tiger tattoo done on your body, you have taken a good decision but before getting the art done on your body, you need to understand the significance of it.
Tigers find great significance in Asian culture and are a potent symbol across the continent. The animal has long been a fixture in indigenous tattoo art of countries like Thailand, Myanmar, India, Cambodia, China, Malaysia, Japan and alike. The animal is associated with passion, ferocity, power, comfort, sensuality, speed, beauty, vigor, wrath and also cruelty. They have believed that appearance of Tiger in your dream means a kind of new passion or power awakening within you.
In the Asian countries the tiger has always been a favorite animal for tattoos and tattoo designs. Slowly the animal also found significance in other tattoo culture and especially the West encompassed it into a wonderful tattoo art form. Thanks to indigenous designs and ideas of tattoo artists who create variety and flexibility of tiger tattoos. Please feel free to browse through the large selection of tattoo designs from the links at the bottom of this page. Being a tattoo artist I can understand the need of individuals and the uniqueness that everyone wants from their tattoo art.
Tiger tattoos are mostly tattooed over large areas of the body. The body, in essence, acts as a large canvas for the tattoo artist to create his/her masterpiece. For that matter, tattoos portraying tigers are best tattooed in areas such as the back, front, hands, thighs and the likes. These tattoos will look good when tattooed as big as possibly could. Having mentioned that, there are also those who prefer to have tigers tattooed small. These small tiger tats include those that are tattooed in areas such as the upper arm, wrist or ankle for instance.