Wing Tattoos at Full Back (Angel or Devil)
Wings represent the ultimate power of flight. The ability to fly away touches a deep yearning in people to break free from whatever is holding them back in life. At the same time, wings can also depict protection and guidance. This is especially true of angel wings. People who display angel wing tattoos often feel that they have the freedom to take their lives in a different direction and still be protected in that move.
In recent years, both men and women are choosing angel wing tattoos. Traditional angel wings cover both shoulder blades and are usually applied with black ink. Women sometimes choose smaller ones that are placed on the back of a neck, on a shoulder blade or the inside a wrist. Sometimes, angel wing tattoos include other symbols in the design. However, nothing can quite compare to the dramatic “fullClick here to continue reading
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Jailbreak Answers Curiosity on the Popularity of Prison Break Tattoos
The immense popularity of Prison Break Tattoos rose up after filming of the famous movie “Prison Break” where the main character, Michael J. Scofield, was seen having tattoos in his body. These tattoos were made in a shocking way that depicted the attempt of the main characters to make a terrifying jailbreak. Different designs of Prison Break Tattoos were used in the series to make the film outstanding and more realistic.
The synopsis of the movie showed Michael plotting a detailed plan to escape from prison together with his brother due to false conviction. Michael engraved the Prison Break Tattoos in his skin to have the exact details of the jailbreak plan. The blueprint of the jail was printed on the front part of his body while at his back, the secret prison areas including the security gates were incorporated discreetlyClick here to continue reading