Traditional tattoos, also known as “American Traditional” tattoos, are a type of tattoo design that features bold lines, bright colors, and iconic imagery. They are characterized by their use of strong, black outlines and a limited color palette of bright, primary colors. Traditional tattoos can feature a wide range of imagery, such as hearts, anchors, eagles, roses, and many other classic designs.
Traditional tattoos originated in the early 20th century and were popular among sailors and other working-class people. They were often done by hand using simple needles and ink, and were often used to commemorate special events or to express personal beliefs and values.
Traditional tattoos can be inked in any size, from small and discreet to large and bold. They can be placed anywhere on the body, but are commonly found on the arm, back, chest, and thigh. They are often considered timeless and classic, and are still very popular today.