Polynesian three-quarter tribal sleeve tattoo
While some people with tribal tattoos choose to center the tat around a single traditional tribal image, such as a hibiscus flower or sea turtle, this guy has a huge Polynesian tattoo that includes tribal symbols only. The three-quarter sleeve tattoo is inked in black and white and begins at his right shoulder, reaching down his arm and just past his elbow. Like most Polynesian tattoos, the arm tattoo makes use of a variety of geometric shapes, creating an interesting and almost symmetrical tribal tattoo. One of the most prominent symbols used in the Polynesian tattoo is the tribal spear head, which stands for bravery and power.