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Tattoo Illustrations

Tattoos may not be for everyone, but there’s no denying that they’re very cool. And if you’ve got tattoos, you’re definitely saying - you’re about something. Check out our tattoo illustrations and see which style goes with your personality.

Tattooing goes as far back as the Neolithic period and was most vastly practiced by the Proto-Astronesian people. Evidence of tattooing has been found dating back thousands of years in many different cultures, although traditional techniques and symbolism have survived in just a handful of places, such as the Polynesian Islands. Traditional tattoos have many different meanings and can represent something spiritual or tell a story of the culture, the particular tribe or specific individual.

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Create something meaningful with our free tattoo illustrations

Getting a tattoo is a very personal thing and should have a very specific meaning to you. If you’re going to put something permanent on your body, it’s important to think the design through and not get something on impulse, that you’ll later regret. Luckily, with our free tattoo illustrations, you can try out dozens of different looks to see which one feels right.

If you have an area of your body in mind, such as your shoulder or forearm, you can select a tattoo design that would look best in that particular part - remember that very few parts of the body are flat and an image will distort slightly with the curves of your body. The best thing to see what a tattoo will truly look like is to print your favorite designs on temporary tattoo paper and apply them to your chosen spot - you’ll see exactly how the design will look on you, plus after a couple of weeks, you can see how you feel about it, before you commit to the real thing.

Rock your look with a tattoo illustrations file

If you want to see how a tattoo might look on a part of yourself you can’t easily see, such as your back or neck, why not overlay your chosen tattoo illustrations file onto a photo of yourself. That way you won’t have to get bent out of shape, twisting in front of the mirror trying to get a good look at it. Just remember to use a PNG file, which allows for a transparent background.

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