The world of tattoo art and design has its own language and terminology as well as any company does. One of the more contemporary terms in business is the 'tramp stamp. 'What are tramp stamps? Well, they have nothing to do with the U.S. Mail or a picture on a postage stamp or even 'lady and the' vagabond children's classic Disney flick.
A tramp stamp is a phrase that was coined (unknown source) to describe a tattoo that is printed on the lower back of a woman or girl.The lower back has become a popular place for women to get inked and combined with the low-rise jeans trend has caused a stampede for the study of tattoo. It has become fashionable for girls to show their midriffs and pierced belly rings and with lower back tattoos body art.
The term tramp stamp has a derogatory connotation and should not be considered relevant when deciding to get body art. Getting a tattoo is a personal decision that has nothing to do with such alabel. Another important trend for women is to get sexy foot and ankle tattoos. There has been no backlash or negative labeling for these routes, or even the most sexually explicit areas of breasts and genitalia, although these are less common places for tattoos – but do not recall a more sexual connotation – and yet the lower back has received more attention.
There are many, many lower back tattoo designs to choose from. Japanese Kanji tattoo designs have become veryPeople in Western civilization. The beautiful flowing writing is perfect for feminine tattoos. When you use Kanji on lower back many opt for the symbols must be written horizontally. There are also many tribal symbols and male warrior as well. styles of calligraphy can be adjusted to the drawings of men and women. Kang is one of three alphabets used in Japan, where the symbols represent ideas of imagination rather than individual words. With more than 1,000 symbols, and some that require more than 30 strokes of the pen,there is a great possibility of error, as there is a certain order in which traits should be done. Tattoos using these symbols should only be done by professional tattoo artists that can translate and understand the language thoroughly to avoid permanently inking the wrong interpretation.
There are design studios and galleries online and offline that offer endless designs and works of art. Finding the perfect one for you is the hardest part of getting inked. So what you arewaiting for? Go Tatt yourself!