Word tattoos are getting hotter and popular these days, every tat enthusiast wants to have a piece of that striking short quote or meaningful sayings tattooed on one part of their body. Well, who can blame them? Text designs are great alternatives for images because they can directly express what one feels or believe in. here are some ideas for you to explore.
Short quotes can have a great impact because they are simple, concise and straight to the point. They can be best inked on your wrist, arm, nape, ankle and foot. They are at their coolest when expressed in 2-3 words. some examples are:
Risk it All
Calm your Expectations
Meaningful sayings and quotations are another sought after text designs. these kind of word tattoos are at their best when tattooed on bigger skin canvas like the ribcage, shoulder blade and back. mostly, the quotations are about struggles and hardships in life or assertion of strength, love and aspirations. here are some ideas from several respectable authors:
“Even the best Fall Down, sometimes. “
“It Does Not do To Dwell On Dreams and Forget To Live.”
“Its not the length of life but the depth of life.”
“Love is the key to my heart. “
Lyrics from your favorite songs are always exciting options for you to delve into. Music is very much a part of our everyday lives so here are some examples.
“Lies are simple. Simple is bliss.” from NOFX the Decline
“Free your Mind” from En Vogue
“My heart is full and my door’s always open.” from Maroon 5
Lines from a favorite movie would be another interesting source. Lately, the success of the movie ” Twilight”, lead to famous lines like ” and so the lion fell in love with the lamb…”. There is also the “”Wake your dreams” from Lord of the Rings and “This too shall pass” which was mentioned in the movie, “My Bestfriends’ Wedding.
How about excerpts from your favorite book. Mine are from Nicholas Sparks “Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it” (A Walk to Remember) and “Nothing that’s worthwhile is ever easy. Remember that” (Message in a Bottle).