If you, as a person, prefer peaceful solutions then placing a peace sign tattoo somewhere on your body will be a good move. A peace tattoo is the right design to think about.
People used many symbols of peace in many ways in different cultures and contexts. Early Christians used symbolically the dove and olive branch. It later became secular symbols of peace.
In the 1950s, Gerald Holtom designed the ‘peace sign’, now known (also known as ‘peace and love’). The sign was the logo for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). This was the group at the forefront of the peace movement in the UK. The logo was later adopted by anti-war and counter-culture activists in the United States and other countries.
The symbol is a superimposition of the semaphore signals for the letters ‘N’ and ‘D’, which stand for ‘nuclear disarmament’. At the same time, they are a reference to Goya’s painting The Third of May 1808 (1814) (known as “The Peasant before the firing squad”).
Besides, the peace sign is a world-famous sign that has not been registered and you can use it for free. Today’s peace sign people mainly use in political movements, posters and fashion media. The V-signal and the peace flag have also become international symbols of peace. They are also white poppy and broken rifle.
The symbol for peace, the circular outline, is one of the most popular logos in the history of humankind. Although quite simple in design, this sign you can supplement with objects and quotes that are special to your heart. You can fill in these outlines with any colours or patterns you like. You can also use the negative technique and fill in the space outside the mark with colour so that the outlines do not have ink. It takes just the right components to create a masterpiece.