Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Tattoo and Body Art of Africa







Body art has become a popular fashion statement in recent times, but did not know their origin to ancient times and many of the very popular in different parts of the world between different cultures and tribes. It was considered that in every culture and race in the world has something unique about it gives them a unique identity. The tattoo body art, or one model of this kind, which was confined to this particular tribe or race of people.

Men and women alike wear such body art, designs and patterns to create usually symbolic of gods or other divine forms that were used to worship and follow-up. It is also believed that some of the designs battles marked or relations with the ancestral gods or ancestors, and sometimes from reincarnation. You will get a tattoo of women, often after their wedding, to celebrate the dedication to her husband and children. Thus, the persons body art had to say a lot about the person.

However, the patterns of body art vary from region to region and tribe to tribe. This is because each civilization and culture and traditions of its own, and therefore the specific embodiment depicted through tattoos and body art. For example, the tattoo of African descent is very different from those of Mayan descent, or Polynesian. However, in modern times also broke barriers and made a race to the bottom, and being integrated into different styles and different designs to create the assets of tattoo art and great body. The patterns are being studied art of all ancient civilization, and worked to create patterns and styles are excellent for the latest trends.

The most popular method is the style of Celtic origin, who was in the United Kingdom. Since Christianity was the religion of the founders of the pattern of Celtic designs and patterns is largely affected by this religion. Has many of the designs of the Holy Cross, and also the tree of life, and the design of the Holy Trinity. Celtic tattoos, mostly simple in design, and thus be completed in one session at the most. Looks great in dark ink.

Similarly, the African body art has also been driving the fashion industry mad. This is because the symbolism of unique methods and rugged, and looks. Most African Tattoo Art as follows:

Q symbols ancient African gods who were thought to be the savior and guardians of human souls from evil spirits and unnatural. Were worn, especially by the people and the tribes to protect themselves from evil spirits throughout their lives.

O In some cases, also depicts the tattoo finished, and the countries of supernatural human beings. The tattoo to signify the strength of the inner self of man.

O men wore tattoo designs that portray the courage and bravery. It has also taken the time to be brave and pattern of body art involves a lot of pain in those days.

O Most African Tattoo carrying symbols of animals, most of them fatal, which symbolizes the courage and strength to a man on an equal basis of the strength of the animal.

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