Do you have ink? Tattoos are for life and longer, we can legally and parentally get a tattoo but what others would think and how it would affect how others treated you? You should realize and not let the thoughts and feelings of others and society stops you from living your life the way you wanted… life was born. Most people who like tattoos or want tattoos or think about tattoos have no idea how to go about getting a truly good one. Picking a tattoo is hard. The harder a decision, the more likely you won’t regret it. A tough decision means you put thought into it. You likely picked a design that had some meaning to you.
I have been looking at sub culture and tattooing over the last few months. Tattoo always inspires and empowers me, unique tattoo designs can make your tattoo stand out from the rest, so you don’t look like everyone else who walks out of the parlor. I have chosen Azrael (Angel of death) and a Guardian Angel as a flash image that I like and modify it to speak to my personality. It actually is an upside down tattoos, while I sitting and put my hand on table you will see Azrael and Guardian Angel, but when I standing or walking you see a Demons and Skull on both of my hands.
I got these tattoo simply for those reasons. Taking the angel and facing the angel of death is a great way to personalize my body art, feeling elevated and alive. It’s like having your Azrael and Guardian Angel with you all the time overcoming death and protecting you. Death tattoos seem very ominous to most people, but death often represents the cycle of life, overcoming a tough time. This little reminder being my own person and making myself understanding and appreciation for my life and the lives of those I hold dearest. Demons tattoo designs rich with meaning and symbolism. The ancient Greeks had the word, daimon, which meant ‘a divinity’, appeared wherever humans struggled with the concept of good and evil. I put the tattoo on my hand so that everyone could see it… could see that I am living my life on my own terms. It is a reminder that life will go on whether I am living it to its fullest or not, and so I live.