School Of Fish Tattoo

School Of Fish Tattoo

Fish Tattoos The fish is one of the most abundant types of marine species there is. It’s estimated there are at least 33,100 types of species in the ocean today. These are colorful creatures that come in a variety of sizes and types. It is common for the heart of a fish to have four different parts. A fish tattoo is symbolic of water and goddess. People who select this type of tattoo are frequently lovers of the water, and this tattoo can be a symbol of freedom, as well. Regardless of the reason for choosing this type of tattoo design, you are sure to have a beautiful one that is full of color. 1,413 Tattoo(s) Page 1 of 48 (1413 total)12345678910NextLast
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School Of Fish Tattoo

The fish is one of the most abundant types of marine species there is. It’s estimated there are at least 33,100 types of species in the ocean today. These are colorful creatures that come in a variety of sizes and types. It is common for the heart of a fish to have four different parts. A fish tattoo is symbolic of water and goddess. People who select this type of tattoo are frequently lovers of the water, and this tattoo can be a symbol of freedom, as well. Regardless of the reason for choosing this type of tattoo design, you are sure to have a beautiful one that is full of color.
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School Of Fish Tattoo

New school tattoo style is great for those who want to refresh old traditional designs. This koi fish tattoo idea will be appreciated by graffiti admires because it reminds the street art. Vibrant colors, clear lines and cartoon-like images are the main features of New School style that is presented in the picture. So if you want to go with some unusual and modern koi tattoo design, take New School into account.
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School Of Fish Tattoo

The most frequent tattoo image of koi fish shows it in white water and waves fighting against the current. Like the one on the shoulder blade, this koi fish tattoo design could be placed on any other part of the body as well. The whole point is in the direction the fish swims. If it goes up crosscurrent, you are not afraid of difficulties and you try to overcome them. If the fish goes adrift, you are probably the easy-going person who can stay calm in tough situations.
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School Of Fish Tattoo

Japanese stick to their traditions, they honor the past and tattoo culture isn’t an exception. While most of the tattoo masters use modern tattoo machines, some Japanese tattoo artists still use feathers and brushes with needles for their hand-pocked technique. As one of the results, we can see fully colored pieces on both legs. Two koi fish swimming upstream remind you to be persevering and confident through good and bad times.
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School Of Fish Tattoo

The word “koi” comes from the Japanese language originally and means “carp”. An ancient Japanese legend that is hidden behind koi makes this tattoo idea even more attractive and desired. Due to the legend, there was a school of koi fish which were going upstream against a current. As the current was getting stronger and the waterfalls began to appear some fish gave up swimming and some, the strongest, remained to reach the waterfall top. Those that had made it were transformed into beautiful golden dragons by the grace of gods. That’s why the present-day interpretation of koi fish inks mostly incorporates the strength, the thirst for life, the endless struggle and determinism.
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School Of Fish Tattoo

Koi or carp is well-known for its large sizes and longevity while living in nature. Koi tattoo is that case when the size matters. Loved for its determination, endurance and perseverance koi is usually chosen by people who want to achieve the greatest life goals. They believe that koi fish tattoo will help them to overcome any obstacle they’ll face on their way. So the bigger area of a body is covered with a tattoo, the luckier they become.
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School Of Fish Tattoo

This Japanese koi fish tattoo adorns the half sleeve; the pattern is made in vivid black, red and blue colors. In the East, the carp is the king of all fish, which exist in the depths of the water. So, this tattoo may be worn by the confident person, who is the master of his destiny.
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The half sleeve is adorned with two Chinese fish: a blue fish and a red one, they intersect, the background of the ink is made in dark tones. This fish image resonates with the sign Yin Yang, which denotes the world unity, this tattoo gives people strength to overcome difficulties, and provides a spiritual balance in difficult situations. Thus, the total meaning is a highly spiritual and harmonious personality.
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In China, fish of certain colors embodied definite family members. Thus, the red fish personified a mother and the blue fish was the embodiment of the son. This pattern extends from the shoulder to the shoulder blade and represents two fish with flowers, which can indicate strong family ties between the mother and her child.
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It’s quite common to place one tattoo design on two hands or feet so it can be the whole image only when you put them together. This tattoo represents swimming koi with a beautiful pink lotus flower on the one side. The most widespread lotus and koi tattoo meanings are purity, determination, facing the problems with optimism.
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Realism tattoo style can be breathtaking and eye-catching. Like the ink of golden koi on the side in this picture, realistic tattoo images try to convey all the natural details. As a result, we get a perfect tattoo design with deep symbolism as well. Golden or orange koi mean prosperity and fortune!
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This place taught me a valuable lesson, pay for quality. I went here on Feb 13th, 2015 for a Friday the 13th event. I arrived 3 hours before the event started (9am), and waited till 11:30pm only to be told I was not going to receive a tattoo. I was told multiple times by Jacob I would definitely be tattooed. But that never happened, and instead I was given a voucher to be 1st in line next time. At around 3pm that day, I asked Jacob if I would get a tattoo, because I was ready to leave and I didn't want to waste my time. What I don't understand is why there was not a cut off time, because this wasn't their first time doing this event. Instead of going back, I went to Birch and got a way cooler tattoo. Birch's work is way better, and they won't lie to your face. I'm giving 2 stars because I haven't heard anything bad about the piercer Dan.
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We know that you can’t stay indifferent looking at this tattoo masterpiece. Shown two koi fish, this full sleeve is neat and tight! While hiding behind strong white waves, one koi is going on the flow, the other is fighting the current. The contrast in colors is reached by dark gray and deep red. Sakura has become an inherent symbol of East culture and it perfectly implements koi tattoo design like in the picture.
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Hope that you don’t have to be told over and over again that tattoos should be chosen wisely and deliberately. Otherwise, there’s a great chance to look for a new tattoo idea for the cover-up. Like the one in the picture blue koi tattoo on the shoulder is kind of a nice option to leave behind the reminder of the days when you went wild! Blue color of koi fish indicates the masculinity or/and a father, a son. With its vivid blue color and a semantically rich design, this koi deserves your attention!
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Even though fully inked body become to associate with Japanese mafia because of their tattoo body suits, many people still get their chest and back fully tattooed with different tattoo patterns. With all these traditional curves and soft lines, big koi fish is inked going upstream with a samurai on its back. While koi symbolizes an endless struggle and determination, the samurai is a symbol of bravery, fearlessness, and endurance.

Lotus and koi fish is a common combination in Japanese tattoo designs. Colors, size, and placement can vary depending on your personal preferences. The symbolism of these united designs can change starting from purity and optimism of the person with this tattoo and finishing with optimistic facing the challenges and overcoming troubles the way lotus grows in muddy rivers and koi fights with the current.
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Realistic white, red and black koi fish swim peacefully in the pond with lotus flowers. The whole tattoo art piece can be seen on the woman’s back and proves that age can’t be the reason not to have inks. With all the vivid colors and delicate lines, this koi tattoo on the back has got all the chances to be claimed the masterpiece!
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In Egypt, the lotus was the sign of immortality and rebirth. In many cultures, a koi fish is a spiritual revival, so this vibrant fish tattoo with red contours and a yellow and blue lotus on the lower leg is worn by the person, who has decided to start a new life.

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