Tattoos – while some people hate them, others think that they are a profound custom of permanently inciting a theory of some symbol or belief. As tattoo lovers usually say, it is a holistic spiritual, as well as emotional, mental, and physical experience that is permanent at every level. Tattoos can be extremely personal, and while they might seem modern, cool, or trendy, they mean much more than a shape or symbol. Here, we will talk about one particular tattoo design, which is common among tattoo lovers.
People say that between the pages of a book is a lovely place to be. We tend to agree with this, yet painfully enough these days, blog posts, as well as articles, replaced the pages of books in a considerably entertaining yet woefully unsatisfying way. The journey on which a book can take you is unmatched by a film, theatre, or even music.
As we all know, a book is a series of pages that are assembled for easy portability and reading, and the composition contained in it. The most common modern form of the book is that of a codex volume, which consists of rectangular paper pages that are bound on one side, with a heavier cover so that it can fan open for reading.
Books have taken some other forms too, such as scrolls, leaves on a string, or strips tied together, and the pages also have been parchment, vellum, papyrus, bamboo slips, palm leaves, silk, wood, as well as some other materials.
When a book is used as a tattoo design, its symbolism can be literal, which will refer to reading or to lessons too, but it often symbolizes something more than that. Some of the other symbolism that book tattoo has are knowledge, learning, wisdom, as well as religion in some cases. The closed book is representative of an unknown territory or a secret. The human heart is often referred to as an open book, which means that it exposes thoughts and feelings when it is open.