Pets in Japanese Art and Woodblock prints – Ideas for your next tattoo
Pets are indeed one inseparable being in our lives. I believe that one pet alone can save a soul but due to their short lifespans, the memories they leave behind need to be locked in the heart forever. Tattoo is an emotion which is so delicate and significant to us that we want to cherish it for the rest of our mortal life. Art is forever which is why the bond stays alive through these tattoos and keeps on reminding us the good old days.
When you look at this incredibly subtle art, you feel the love when you first held your pet and looked into his eyes and thought “perfect”, indeed and so is the art. The ambience of this image portrays a nostalgic indulgence in any audience’s mind.
When you get multiple dogs, the most cherished memory of them will be when you see them play among themselves, enjoying each other’s company. Won’t you like to lock this moment and hope that it never goes away ? well, now you can get it as a tattoo.
It is truly an amazing feeling when your Dog is attached to you and has a protective instinct towards you. You can tell it by their behaviour and how much attention they are giving you. In this art a dog is pulling his owner’s garment which shows that he either needs him to lay with him or wants to protect his master.
In this picture nature is abundantly showing the wonders of earthy creatures and avians. If you are an animal lover you will fall in love with this image as it is so magnificently beautiful.
This is a portrait image of a japanese chin dog which is one of the most popular breeds in japan. There is also a little bird in a cage so this portrait is quite relatable for multi-pet owners which have more than one species of pets in their home.
There is nothing more satisfying than when your dog sits with you and this image depicts that picture with immense vibrant beauty.
Oh, ain’t it just the best when you come home only to find your dog has chewed up some of your shoes ? not really right, but as time passes by you will look at those memories and smile thinking how silly it was. This art as a tattoo will hold this memory and will be crafted so beautifully that even through pictures it will feel alive so much so that anyone will want one of their own.
This carefully crafted japanese art makes you wonder about the dog’s mood in this picture, is it sad or is it happy. In this art, the dog is waiting for his master to come home so that he can confirm his safety.
This urges the playfulness of the cat and the humour in its owner as the cat is inspecting the fishes in the bowl carefully. The cat is wearing a tiny bell and the gold fishes are swimming without any trace of fear in the bowl.
This art shows the unconditional love and bonding between an owner and her dog as she holds him in her arms caressing him and giving him all her attention. This art particularly invokes our love for pets immensely and is a good choice for your tattoo.
As you can see, they just pours out the love in the form of art and to get any one of them as a tattoo will be a good idea as they depict a story of their own. You just need to find one that matches with yours.
“Eva Greene is a Lead Pet Blogger at Doggytalent.com, where she shares everything she has learnt about dogs, by documenting her own journey. She made some critical mistakes that cost her a lot of stress, she started the blog to prevent other dog owners from making the same mistakes.”