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Tribal Skin Icons And Designs

By Benjamin Louis Stephens

Tribal tattoo designs are some of the coolest tattoo designs you’ll ever see. Some tribal tattoos can look easy and discrete, while others can seriously stand out in a crowd or have a superior design, with multiple meanings.

These tats look great on any kind of person and would suit any style. Plus, there are hundreds and hundreds of tribal tattoo styles you can select from. You can pick a cross, a butterfly, a head, a flower, a wolf, a indicator of the zodiac or just an abstract design. Actually you can choose almost whatever you like, as long as you can find the tattoo artist that can do it for you.

With so many different styles available, it’s close to impossible not to find one that you like and that accommodates your personality like a glove. If you would like your skin icon to be one of a kind you can try to draw your own design. You can do it from scratch or, if that seems too difficult, you can use a design. If you don’t know where to have your tribal tattoo, they look specifically good on the lower back, but can also be placed on the arm, the shoulder or the upper back etc.

Tribal tattoo designs have their sources in the fascinating old customs and traditions of many ancient tribes from all over the world. Unfortunately or not, many modern designs are a big departure from the originals and, because they serve different purposes, are difficult to link to a specific tradition.

Tattoos were (and still are in certain cultures) often associated with different forms of magic and faith and had a holy character, but things have changed and now everyone can get a tattoo for whatever reason they like. You should research tribal tats if you have decided on getting a skin icon.

If you enjoyed this article on Tattoo Design Critic then also please check out our Tattoo Me Now for more great information.

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Stephens, Benjamin L. "Tribal Skin Icons And Designs." Tribal Skin Icons And Designs. 26 Jun. 2010. 7 Sep 2014 <>.

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Stephens, B (2010, June 26). Tribal Skin Icons And Designs. Retrieved September 7, 2014, from

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Stephens, Benjamin L. "Tribal Skin Icons And Designs"

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