A rose is a symbol of love all over the world. The perfect petals as they spiral around the heart of a red rose express the themes of passion, romance and sexuality. When men get inked with this deeply passionate symbol, they may have different personal reasons. In the earlier times, sailors used to get tattooed with roses as a reminder of their true love on the shore. Rose Tattoos For Men vary from designs with religious symbolism, to designs that combine love and death themes, to designs inked in memory of a special someone.
Songs and poems that celebrate the rose are legion, ranging from ‘My love is a red, red rose’ to ‘Kissed by a rose’, to the names of rock bands like ‘Guns n Roses’, and tattoo artists play with all these concepts in their ink work. Rose tattoo art expresses the many rich aspects of passion on the body of a man. Tattoos for men with the rose as a theme can be inked on the biceps or the sleeve arm. Many men go for the unusual route of getting a big rose inked on their hand. A quirky location for a rose, that stands out in any situation, is a man’s neck. The stomach also offers a large canvas for a blossoming rose tattoo. Inked in rich red, coral or orange, a rose is an expression of the colors of life. When it is inked on its stem along with the thorns, a rose tattoo may be a symbol of the belief that life is a mix of both joy and pain, and has to be embraced as a whole. The intricate motif of rose petals also looks beautiful in shades of black instead of the usual red. Tattoo art can also celebrate a very special person who is as unique as a blue rose. As a globally known symbol of love, a rose can combine with praying hands, evoking the desire for love and peace in the world. A rose can be inked with a Cross and holy beads in powerful Christian theme tattoo designs.
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