With the popularity of Kaballah and its related celebrity endorsement, there has been a rise in demand for written designs in Hebrew tattoos, an ancient script that is very distinctive in appearance. There are many famous stars who sort designs of this nature including Madonna and Britney Spears however David and Victoria Beckham’s are probably the most widely discussed among tattoo enthusiasts. These were inked on the couple in celebration of their sixth wedding anniversary and while David’s tat is on his arm – perhaps somewhat inappropriately placed next to a naked image of his wife which is inked on the lower, external section – hers runs down the nape of her neck onto the top of her spine.
There has been a phenomenal demand for body art designs in recent years that use text or written characters to replace the more widely accepted pictorial images however any tattoos of this nature inked in a foreign language or script have particular kudos. These include very distinctive Hebrew tattoos which can reflect a deep devotion to the faith or simply a love of the more spiritual aspects associated with related theological practices such as Kaballah. The Hebrew alphabet consists of twenty seven characters, or letters, and is written and read from right to left. Among the most popular phrases and quotes used in body art designs are those relating to love, faith and inner strength.