Tranquility（静寂）- Japanese 2 character Kanji Calligraphy for Tattoo design.
‘Tranquility’（静寂）is now available in Japanese Calligraphy and you have 5 styles to choose from.
Literal meaning of 「静寂」
Here are the meaning of each Kanji
- 静 : Quiet
- 寂 : no sound at all, loneliness,
Its literal meaning is ‘quiet and no sound at all’. Although the second Kanji also means ‘loneliness. the meaning won’t necessarily apply to this phrase. This kanji is also used in the Japanese aesthetic concept of wabi-sabi 「侘び・寂び」, a world view centred on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. So it has some sort of respect, dignity in the quietness rather than loneliness or sorrow, or accepting that loneliness and sorrow altogether.
Have you ever wanted to get away from the bustling city life and find a quiet and peaceful environment for a a few days ? No technologies, no one else, but just you in this house for example.
you would rather feel happiness and enjoy the tranquility than feeling loneliness. That is the state this phrase ‘静寂’ describes.
So this phrase goes well with the interior design too.
You can download the file right after purchase and no need to wait.
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What you will get
Each design comes with calligraphy style including line art (Stencil)
Stencil is what your tattoo artist must have to ink the tattoo, as it serves as the outline to trace the artwork onto your skin.
NOTE : the design DOSE NOT NEED TO BE MIRRORED, meaning it should appear on your skin/object just as it appears on the paper when you print it out.
Depending on your purpose, pick either of these files
- Medium Resolution jpeg
- Illustrator Editable pdf
Click the links below to download the demo (examples) .
When you make a purchase, you will be redirected to the download page.
Download and print it out / send it to your favourite tattoo artist.
The design is 100% accurate and authentic. and your tattoo artist does not need to know Japanese.
Available in 5 different writing styles
You have 5 writing styles to choose from for this design.
each style gives different impressions and I have summarised in the gallery above.
Which format is right for me?
If you are looking to use the design just as it appears and not wanting to resize, then the “jpeg” should be fine.
But if you are looking to
- use it on a large object and need to resize
- change the layout / position
(e.g, vertical▶️horizontal / angled, etc)
then the “pdf” should be your choice as it will less work for your tattoo artist, meaning costs less.
(You need to check with your tattoo artist though)
Click the link below for more information.
Before making a purchase
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU READ THE PAGE BELOW to avoid buying wrong items and get exactly what want.
Do you like the background Image too?
The image of the background is a door(Fusuma) paint for the Lord Tokugawa at Nagoya Castle Honmaru Palace
Check out the photo gallery.