Lady Gaga Tattoos and Meanings - Page 4

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 7:32pm

Rose and Treble Clef

This tattoo of roses goes from her lower back to her waist. Of course all of her tattoos are only on the left side, as a promise to her dad. She got this tattoo from tattoo artist celebrity Kat Von D for LA Ink. The reasoning for this tattoo? Her original treble clef tattoo was placed as the usual "tramp stamp" on her lower back. 

 

Lady Gaga Tattoos and Meanings - Page 3

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 7:10pm

ARTPOP

This was of course a tattoo to commemorate her album "ARTPOP" which pretty much sum up her as an artist and person. "I live between two things-I live between art and pop all the time." Gaga has said.

 

Monster Hand

Lady Gaga Tattoos and Meanings - Page 2

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 7:07pm

Anchor

This ribcage anchor was done by Henk Schiffmacher at the Amsterdam Tattoo Museum. The meaning is unknown.

 

Daisy and Tokyo Love Tattoos

Lady Gaga Tattoos and Meanings

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 6:14pm

Lady Gaga is known for her wild antics, her killer voice and musical ability, and her tattoos. Originally born as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in 1986, this New York Native was accepted to the Juilliard School in Manhattan at 11 years old. Instead she went to a private Catholic school. She then attended New York University's Tisch School for the Arts. She was one of 20 students in the entire world to receive acceptance to the school, but decided to leave school to find her own way. After writing songs for other artists, she debuted her album, The Fame. The rest is history.

Pet Tattoos and Piercings: Trend or Animal Cruelty? - Page 2

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 6:08pm

Another question is, what tattoo artists and piercers are actually performing these pet tattoos and pet piercings? What is the code of ethics for these tattoo studios who allow this practice to take place? What is their take on the idea?

Pet Tattoos and Piercings: Trend or Animal Cruelty?

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 6:06pm

Have you ever seen or even heard of this unusual trend? Some pet owners get their animals tattoos or piercings. While they might look cool to some, there is a lot of controversy about the practice. Because these are animals, they don't exactly get a say so on whether they want a tattoo or piercing. Not to mention that these processes are extremely painful, especially tattoos because of the amount of time needed. New Jersey lawmakers introduced a bill in 2014 that would make the practice of tattooing or piercing a pet, animal cruelty.

Full Back Tattoos: Big Expression - Page 3

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 5:31pm

If you're thinking about getting a full back tattoo, there are many things to consider. It's probably ideal to have had experience getting smaller tattoos before you commit to getting your whole back done. It will be painful, it will be long, and it will be expensive. But to truly express yourself in such a bold, big way can be truly priceless. That's what tattoo is all about, right? Tattoo is literal self expression at its fullest in one of its truest and most beautiful forms.

Full Back Tattoos: Big Expression - Page 2

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 5:29pm

The back is the perfect part of the body to get someone's dream tattoo. Some common themes are portraits, Asian themes such as koi, dragons, geishas or samurai. Wing tattoos can often take up a good portion of the back, which are most popular among women. We've all seen many pictures of beautiful angel wing tattoos, and they don't get old!

Full Back Tattoos: Big Expression

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 3:01am

Full back tattoos are always a site to see. They are large and usually the person proudly sporting one has put a lot of thought into the concept before getting it inked. Full back tattoos get more ooohs and awwws than most other tattoos. It's a huge commitment, obviously financially, but also because this is a large amount of prime real estate when it comes...

 

10 Reasons Tattooed People are Just Cooler - Page 3

Submitted by Naomi V on April 8, 2015 - 12:51am

7. They appreciate art, even if it's only tattoo art.

The tattoo wearer may  be an art buff, or even an artist, or might be completely unaware of the world of art. One thing they know for sure, they love tattoo art. And contrary to what anyone may think, tattoo is a TRUE artform. It is an artform on a living breathing canvas. What better medium for art can you think of?

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