Feminine Japanese Tattoo.
Feminine Japanese Tattoo is a combination of tough looking sleeve and delicate flowers and in this case Chrysanthemums full sleeve.
In Japanese culture Chrysanthemum – Kiku, has a very powerful meaning. First of all there is a flower for every time of year, and “kiku” (chrysanthemum) represents Autumn. But most of all, it is a symbol of the country itself. The “official” Japanese flower is the 16-petal chrysanthemum used for the imperial seal. Japan has no legally defined national flower or seal, but you will see the imperial seal on the cover of Japanese passports, on some Japanese coins, and over the doors of Japanese diplomatic facilities overseas.
KIKU is a symbol that represents longevity and rejuvenation. When first introduced to Japan during the Nara period (710 – 793 AC), the Japanese Royal Family was fascinated with the Chrysanthemum. Eventually, during the passing of the years, the Chrysanthemum become the Imperial Family Emblem.
To set up a consultation:
1. Please check up my portfolio ones more, just to make sure that my style of work is compatible to your tattoo idea, I wouldn’t be able to help if it’s not.
2. Collect reference pictures to clearly illustrate your tattoo idea in the best way. Please note: I work by custom only. Photos of someone else’s tattoos can be only used as an example of desired tattoo design details. Absolutely NO copying of other peoples tattoos or parts of that tattoos!
3. I only take consultation bookings via e-mail, please send me detailed conceptual description of your tattoo idea, including approximate expecting size, body part, left or right side etc. Please attach all images you have collected. The more useful information you provide, the quicker your actual consultation can be scheduled.
I’m absolutely serious about results of my work, that’s why I’m always really selective on what can be done on skin. Please, set up your consultation appointment only if you strongly believe that I can do what exactly you want.
Feminine Japanese tattoo by George Bardadim. Japanese Tattoo, Brooklyn, NY