15 Artistic Crane Tattoos For All Tastes

jentheripper in Tattoo Ideas

Celebrate peace and grace with these poetic crane tattoos.

These tall birds have been inspiring art for centuries. In Africa and in Asia, cranes are models of elegance, spiritual strength and of the powerful Nature. They are especially the symbol of Japan, and Japanese artists enjoy paying them a tribute with watercolors, origami and other types of art. With their variety of look and colors, they are a pleasure to the eyes and a great source of inspiration for crane tattoos. Their mating dance is appealing to dancers and lovers, as well as martial arts performers. Crane tattoos help you celebrating life as they are a strong symbol of joy, happiness and youth. They are also associated with peace and harmony. Crane tattoos are often very poetic, with creative designs and techniques that highlight the beauty of these animals. If you need something beautiful and relaxing today, here are some lovely crane tattoos just for you.

Impressive piece by Veronica Lendel.
Impressive piece by Veronica Lendel.
Cool blackwork by Taras Shtanko.
Cool blackwork by Taras Shtanko.
Dainty piece by Stacey Green.
Dainty piece by Stacey Green.
Lovely crane tattoo by Monkey Bob.
Lovely crane tattoo by Monkey Bob.
Joyful tattoo by Kel Tait.
Joyful tattoo by Kel Tait.

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Abstract watercolor crane tattoo by Justin Nordine.
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Great placement by Joe Farrell.
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Artistic crane tattoo by Jason Middelton.
Artistic crane tattoo by Jason Middelton.
Subtle one by Hongdam.
Subtle one by Hongdam.
Lovely piece by Gotch.
Lovely piece by Gotch.
Minimalistic tattoo by Gene Coffey.
Minimalistic tattoo by Gene Coffey.
Gorgeous backpiece by Gakkin.
Gorgeous backpiece by Gakkin.
Poetic one by Bicem Sinik.
Poetic one by Bicem Sinik.
Pure poetry by Axel Ejsmont.
Pure poetry by Axel Ejsmont.
Fantastic crane dance by Alix Gé.
Fantastic crane dance by Alix Gé.

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