Flower Tattoos in Melbourne
Good Luck Tattoo have been creating beautiful works of flower tattoos from our studio in Melbourne since 2012.
With talented resident artists that have wide ranging skills and specialities, your perfect tattoo can be found in our studio.
Whether you are looking for your perfect first tattoo or something to complete a back piece, if it is your third tattoo or your 53rd, our artists are ready to help you discover what you need.
We offer free design consultations, and we have pages and pages of flash tattoo designs available at low prices – but if you are looking for a bespoke piece that utilises the special skills of our artists then do pop in to discuss.
Tattoo designs can range from simple tribal tattoo designs to intricate portraiture – so whatever your style, we can help you make your dream tattoo a reality.
One of the most enduring and common design features in tattoos from across the world is the flower.
What Kind Of Flower Designs Can You Tattoo?
We do any style of flowers, from minimal to traditional as well as combined with other objects and imagery.
As the general popularity of tattoos grows, so does the range of styles and images used. Originally a masculine art form, traditional tattoos from cultures like Japan and Native American have featured floral images – but now, the wider acceptance of tattoos as both self-expression and art form has meant that many more people, especially women, are getting tattooed, so we have seen a growth of more delicate, photo-realistic and detailed flower tattoos.
How should you choose what flower to get?
As with every tattoo, the meaning of a tattoo is personal to the wearer. Sometimes the imagery and symbolism are about more that the tattoo itself – whether a memorial or a message, tattoos are about more than just great artistry.
When it comes to flower tattoos, many famous styles have featured flowers (and their symbolic meanings) back into history – tribal identifiers in Polynesian style, or the cherry blossom in Japanese style tattoos.
When choosing to incorporate flowers in your tattoo, you might want to consider the traditional meanings behind each type of bloom, to help you make your decision.
Flower Tattoos and Their Meanings
Understanding the cultural significance of a tattoo can be complicated. With floral tattoos, it isn’t necessarily the social climate that dictates meaning, but it is sometimes beneficial to know what the flower represents.
Here are a few flowers and their meanings – taken from many cultures, this is not an exhaustive list.
• Lotus: popular in Oriental designs, the lotus represents a rise through struggle and transformation
• Peony: in Japanese style, the peony represents wealth and elegance.
• Sunflower: with its sunny colours, the sunflower is known for adoration and loyalty
• Rose: traditionally used to represent love and hope, representing the rose and the thorns together represent the dichotomy of love and pain that is inherent in the human condition
• Daffodil: the first flowers to break through the frosts of winter, the daffodil in traditional yellow represents rebirth and new beginnings
• Cherry Blossom: a Japanese-style staple, the cherry blossom not only represents beauty, but also the fleeting nature of our own mortality
Whatever the flower tattoo you are looking for, our Melbourne resident and guest artists are on hand to make your dreams a reality.
Flower Tattoo Designs
100% Satisfaction Guarantee On All Flower Tattoos
We’re so confident in the quality of our work that if there is any element of your healed flower tattoo you are unhappy with, we’ll rework it for you free of charge.
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Free Design sketches are available up to a certain size and are dependent on detail level. If it is larger or more detailed than a design deposit will need to be put down. Designs are not to be taken home.