Autism tattoo is a beautiful art and is as expressive as it’s important. A tattoo is forever, allowing its message to inspire change. This kind of tattoo have great reach and ability to inspire people. The tattoos moms and dads and other get to raise awareness about autism and show solidarity.
Autism is a complex developmental disability. It typically appears during the first three years of life and stay for life. In summary this disability affects language and communication, sensory processing and motor skills, cognition, and interaction.
There are so many amazing ways to get inked in honor of autism. It is usually for moms, dads, or family members of kids with autism. Moreover it’s for those who may have autism themselves. When you want tattoo like that, it is best to use expressive symbols in the design that represent autism, such as puzzles, the sign of infinity and the color blue.
The infinity symbol – The rainbow infinity symbol represents the diversity of the autism spectrum. It is also symbol of the autism rights movement. That’s a social movement that encourages autistic people, their care and society to accept autism as a form of functioning, not a disorder that needs to be cured.
The puzzle piece – The puzzle pattern reflects the complexity of the autism spectrum. The different colors and shapes represent the diversity of the people and families living with the condition. It also show how important is to helping each other to “solve the puzzle.”
The blue color – In fact, it’s all part of Light it Up Blue, a campaign run by the organization Autism Speaks. They promote understanding and acceptance for people with autism. Activists encourage supporters to wear blue clothing and post to social media using the hashtag #LightItUpBlue to raise awareness.