Tribal Rib Cage Tattoo
Tribal tattoo designs for rib cage are very much a sought after style especially among men because it seems to be form fitting and ornamentally perfect to contour the physique of one’s body. Moreover, tribal tattoos have a deep historical origin that seems to connect the wearer to the prehistoric society where body art all began.
Tribal tattoos can be described as bold, abstract, one dimensional and mostly composed of solid black lines. This type of tat theme encompasses native motifs from preindustrial cultures around the world. It is a pre-technological design that give the tat enthusiast a link to the origins of all present human society, a past tribal culture wherein the tattoo had an inner meaning to the wearer and not just a modern symbol of the present culture. That is why, it is now wonder that even up to the present time, tribal tattoo designs on the rib cage seems to be one of the most favorite theme among those who are looking to get tattooed.
Tribal styles of tattoo have become widely adapted because they are a counterpoint to the wildly colorful images that have been prevalent since the 1960s. Tribal art as body decoration is able to adapt to the individual anatomy and are able to accentuate each body’s own contours and structures. Some of the well-known and respected artists that have contribute a lot to its development are Hawaiian Leo Zulueta, an influential artist in the tattoo community and artists like Cliff Raven, Trevor Marshall and Alex Binnie. Jill Jordan is the artist whose tribal adaptations enhance the female anatomy.
Getting a tribal tattoo design for your rib cage can be a symbol of respect and acknowledgment of native and indigenous tribes. It can reinforce a positive feeling and connection to the ancient mystery of the tribal rituals, which faded away with history.
Tattooed at The Tattoo Studio, Crayford