While to some of us “geometry” is just the study of passing tenth grade math and never looking back, in the grander scheme of life geometric patterns are among some of the oldest known tattoo motifs. Some date as far back as 6000 years, and strangely enough crop up all over the planet, and not exclusively to any one given culture. There is something extraordinarily esoteric and mysterious about the complexity of these designs, fascinating artists, architects, and philosophers alike for generations. Visually pleasing to look at, this style offers something deeper than just a straight forward image. Although there is a cohesive meaning behind many of these patterns, there is something much more personally interpretive just below the surface.
Composed of straight lines and perfect circles (tattoo artist kryptonite) it takes a steady hand and an even steadier mind to take on a tattoo such as this.