Check out these Wrist Tattoo Designs images:
Henna on Hand 2
Image by Henna Sooq
This design wrapped around the wrist but it’s hard to get a good photo of all of it and how it flowed
Miami Beach: Holocaust Memorial of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Image by wallyg
The Holocaust Memorial of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, located at at Meridian Avenue and Dade Boulevard, was first opened on February 4, 1990. Designed by Antonio Cantillo, Charles Treister and sculptor Kenneth Treister, the memorial was first conceived by a committee of Holocaust survivors in 1984, formally established in 1985 as the Holocaust Memorial Committee.
The focal point of the memorial is The Arm of Six Million, a 43-foot tall bronze sculpture of a human arm, marked on the wrist with an identification tattoo from the Auschwitz concentration camp, reaching to the sky. Nearly a hundred life-size human figures are seen climbing the arm, trying to escape, with additional figures scattered around the base in various positions.
The Arm sits in a sunken plaza, surrounded by a reflecting pool. A tunnel, whose walls are inscribed with the names of concentration camps, connects to the plaza to a path and black granite wall, etched with Holocaust scenes and the name of 4,000 victims, circling the pool. At the entrance is a full-length figure of a mother with two small children wrapped in her arms. Near the exit are two female figures laying dead, their long gowns flowing down from the base.
Saturday’s Bruises and Cold Roses (Day 81 of 365//Week 12 of 52)
Image by lism.
So as "my readership" may be aware, I had a bit of a surreal experience at a Ryan Adams show last night – but I figured it was a sign to finally get the tattoo I’ve been promising myself for years. I’d planned to have my "cold rose" done as part of my original 365 Days project, but never got around to it for various reasons. Anyway,, here it is – in all its impossible-to-shoot glory, as it’s on the inside of my wrist!
I’d originally wanted my tattoo to feature the words "beautiful sorta", but with tiny wrists like mine it was never going to be practical for a Srs Legal Profeshunal such as myself. It’s quite a detailed design and, although nowhere near as painful as I expected, I winced a little as my Australian tattoo artist worked on some of the lines.
Well worth it though – I absolutely love it. Regardless of whether or not I still love Ryan Adams when I’m sixty, it connects me to a place and time that’s very much a part of me – and its positioning is also symbolic.