World Tattoo Day is celebrated on March 21st of every year for honoring tattoos and body art. A tattoo is an artwork that can be done by inserting ink into the dermis layer of the skin. When it comes to design, it will have decorative, symbols, or pictorial artworks that depict a particular thing or a nature of a person. Tattoos are widely used to express bravery marks, status, pledges of love, and spiritual devotions. Some researchers believe that having multiple tattoos would help to improve the immune system. However, residents in the US will observe National Tattoo Day on July 17 of every year.
“My body is my journal and my tattoos are my story”– Johnny Depp
About World Tattoo Day
It is an initiative by worldtattooday.com to express the principles of freedom and tolerance. On this day, you can show your gratitude to body artists from worldwide for bringing this up as a part of your lifestyle.
Ötzi is the known oldest mummy that was found with 61 tattoos. In 2015, it was discovered in the glacial ice in the Alps by Archaeologists who claimed that it belonged to 3250 BCE. So, it is clear that tattoos are very much older than we would ever imagine.
Other Celebrations on March 21
March 21 is also commemorated as
How to Celebrate World Tattoo Day
World Tattoo Day is a wonderful opportunity for everyone to celebrate this day in the creative manner you wish. You can also find a campaign near your region where you can see fundraising for charity and voucher raffles for customers. Other than that, you can post a greeting message via social media platforms. Moreover, you can use the hashtags #TattooDay or #WorldTattooDay and share your thoughts and post pictures of your tattoo.
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