Although tattoos have been around for as long as humanity can remember, there’s no denying that there is still some sort of stigma about it. Despite that, the truth is, it’s simply a form of art. And if you’re getting one (or more), you should carefully think about the design that matches your personality.
To show you that tattoo is truly all about art, we here at Elite Readers compiled a list of designs inspired by winter. They somehow remind us of the beauty of nature, in some ways. And they are something you want to last forever!
Check out the list of winter tattoo designs below and you might just get an idea the moment you decide to get yourself a winter-themed skin art.
If you want to have another source of inspiration, we got your covered. You can check these designs that efficiently cover any scar, or if you are a travel enthusiast, you can check this one out instead. Just make sure you do not do the same mistake like these guys did. Also, keep in mind that good tattoos are not supposed to be cheap. It is an art worthy of investment!
So, what do you think about these winter tattoo designs? Are you ready for your first tattoo? Let us know what you think about it in the comment section below!
Comics Artist Shows Us How Vastly Different Western and Chinese Cultures Are
Hilarious and interesting at the same time. Check out #5!
What first comes to mind when you hear about China? Some of us would likely think about the fantastic food, its famous Great Wall, or perhaps some of the not-so nice aspects of the country (such as blatant piracy of products).
Well whether you’ve been there or not, there’s no denying that Chinese culture is indeed vastly different compared with the western. We’ve all seen that in books, movies, and in the news. Or maybe you’ve even personally noticed some differences as you observed your Chinese classmates, co-workers, or neighbors.
One artist on Instagram is currently making waves online for accurately depicting the distinct cultural disparaties between China and the west....
Dad Creates Epic Artwork on Lunch Bags to Help Son Make Friends
The best dad ever!
When we were still kids, parents would make sure that we had everything we needed before going to school - one of which was our lunch bags. Dominick, a dad hailing from California, is among those parents who take pride in preparing lunch for their kids. But mind you, he does it in a very different way.
For over 4 years, Dominick has been drawing on his son’s brown paper lunch bags. And mind you, his drawings are a work of art. According to him, he has managed to decorate more or less 550 bags. It is really amazing how passionate and determined he is.
Although his son is already in middle school, Dominick still continues to prepare and decorate his lunch bags. There was even a time when he decorated all lunch bags for his son’s soccer games when it was their turn to prepare snacks. For other people, breakfast might be the most important meal of a day but for Dominick, it is, without a doubt, lunch!...
32 Quirky Yet Thought-Provoking Drawings By Artist Nacho Diaz
This guy is good at finding humor in everyday objects.
What sets apart great art from terrible art? It could be many things but personally, I think what makes good artwork stand out is its ability to communicate to its intended audience. Whether it is a well-detailed painting or a simple comic strip, effective art can convey a message and even spark an emotion from its beholder.
This is exactly the reason why I became an instant fan of Nacho Diaz, an artist whose work we will showcase below. Based in Spain, Diaz has been making waves online mostly because of his funny illustrations.
In a Bored Panda feature, this talented guy has been described as someone who “enjoys putting everyday things into bizarre situations” thus, “perfectly creating humorous double entendres.”...
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