There are many popular movements and organizations whose logos are used regularly for modern body art design, including the World Wildlife Fund and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. One of the most universally recognized symbols of all has to be that created for the latter which became a prominent design widely requested for peace sign tattoos having become synonymous with this movement from the 1950’s. This particular symbol can be transformed into body art in both colored and single ink color designs, as a stand alone image or for use in combination with other imagery following a similar theme. These are ideal for small to medium placement areas and skin surfaces for both male and female tattoo enthusiasts.
In the modern world of tattooing, more and more body art fans are seeking designs with more profound significance, whether this is a matter of personal preference or because the design represents something of great importance to the individual. The latter often include themes relating to the individual’s personal beliefs, morals, faith and peace sign tattoos definitely come into this category. These are often accompanied by other images of a similar nature such as the dove and olive branch as well as rainbow imagery, which is also a popular choice as the background to contrast against the distinctive black sign contained within a circle, which is synonymous with this movement.