Celtic crosses are very popular tattoos. This black and grey cross will always remind the collector of someone that has lost their fight with cancer.
The very popular Celtic Cross Tattoo keeps me busy at Rose City Tattoo. Here is a recent example of my Celtic tattoo work. The design comes from the customer’s pendant that he has kept for many years. So now he has it tattooed to keep with him for the rest of his years, may they be many.
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A little addition of a Celtic pattern armband to a delicate Harp tattoo on the inside of the arm. The past two years I have been doing a lot of interesting Celtic tattoo designs. Coming from an Irish background, this is pretty cool.
Tattooing has maintained its popularity over the years as new generations explore the ancient art. Studying the past of tattoo trends I have learned that tattoo designs come and go in cycles. Today with all the incredible talent in the tattoo industry the art has really exploded. After tattooing over 20 years, what once was a cottage industry it has gone beyond mainstream and cut across age and cultural borders.
Inspiration is all around us, I always find new inspirations to bring to my tattooing. One day I am doing cool black and gray Celtic design and the next an artful Disney character I am drawing for today’s tattoo..
In our great country USA we are made up of immigrants from all around the world, which leads us to some of our tattoo themes. Celebrate your heritage by getting a meaningful tattoo for yourself.
It seems like not one day goes by without me doing a Celtic tattoo. These are the latest of my celtic creations. This cross is worn by one of our fine U.S. Army soldiers. Thank a soldier today! It is my honor to work for you!
Wow this was a little bit of an off shoot… we were not actually clear where this tattoo was going, but it certainly came out pretty cool.
The Irish keep on coming! From Celtic Cross Tattoos and Celtic dragons, and now the Dropkick Murphys. What inspires you? Find out and ink it in your skin.
This was a first for me, using celtic tattoo designs to cover up an armband tattoo. Tattoo cover ups are always a challenge, not something to take liightly. Plan out your next tattoo and avoid the need for a tattoo removal or cover up.
A spiritual Irish prayer to ispire the wearer of the bold tattoo.