In decades past, body art designs were often smaller, more subtle images placed on discrete parts of the body and often consisted of a single stand alone image like the rose, heart or blue bird however in recent times this has completely changed. It now seems that bigger really is better and the more skin surface that is completely covered in ink, then the more kudos you can expect from your peers. Even designs for chest tattoos now cover the entire area often from one side to the other from the neck downwards for both men and women, with some designs extending onto additional body parts like the shoulders, arms and back too.
There are a multitude of body art designs available today to suit any body part as well as all tastes and preferences however if you can considering images to use in chest tattoos today, then you may want to find out more about the most popular choices for this area. Larger designs are predominantly favored by male tattoo aficionados although it is not unheard of for female fans to opt for this particular placement area although these are usually hardcore tattoo fanatics. There are a huge range of designs to suit this area in both vertical and horizontal designs, ranging from elaborate written designs to floral or oriental imagery as well as popular totem animals such as big cats or birds of prey.