The world of tattoos and body art is gradually opening up new doors and vistas, when it comes to bringing innovative and unusual elements within its realm of doable art. Body art, which till yesterday was only for etching skulls on fire and other such grotesque caricatures of other such synonymous topics, is no longer limited to just these clichéd and old print material. As people all around the world open up their mind to the rest of the world, as localization gives way to globalization, more and more people are finding out alternative matter to print on their skin.
It’s a new world as people go back to their childhood days, get back in touch with their spirit of innocence and in the process imagine it up as a decipherable matter enough to get it done on their skins. It is the age of Disney characters, of childhood days cartoons and animations, of the so many characters that rustle up a whole plethora of memories. That is why people are increasingly deciding to touch their soul back from their toddler days, which over the decades have been overwhelmed by this increasingly commercial and pragmatic world.
The history of these tattoos of course lies on the pages of the history of the world of movies. The primary reason why Disney characters attained such heights of popularity was in the first place, due to movies. Over the centuries, as more and more Disney characters got animated into the sets and films of movies. The result: Say “Hello” to an era where Disney characters such as Ariel and Snow White are the desired role models of every girl. Buzz Lightyear became the next big word on the tongues of boys and adults alike. Toy Story is the highest earning animation film till today. That in itself is reason enough to comprehend why animated characters got such critically acclaimed in the first place itself.
Up and into the 21st century, where speaking out your views was no longer a taboo, and body art became the next big medium to day exactly what you had in mind, without even opening your mouth. Bam!! Introducing an age where more and more people got in love with Disney characters and more and more people got into tattoo shops to get their views for a lifetime, etched on ink. All’s fair in love and war, they say, and who couldn’t be in love with these cute characters from the world of Disney??