Tribal tattoos have been around for quite some time (from the early sixties) and while their popularity is declining, they are still going strong.
This is the benefit of getting a tribal tattoo:
Tribal tattoos have a lot of black ink, the benefit of which holds it well, the black tattoo ink doesn't fade as fast as other colors.
Tribal tattoo designs are extremely popular, unless you want a specific or traditional tiger tribe, you should not spend too much time looking for a reputable tattoo artist who can design a reputable tattoo.
It is easier to design your own tattoo or at least to design a mock up of your own aboriginal than other tattoo designs.
Tribal tattoos have a bold spectacular appeal: their thick, black curved lines and interlock patterns lend themselves well to many standard tattoo locations, such as the upper arm (in the form of a tribe armband, for example), back or back.
In recent years, a style has emerged that we can call style new tribal. Symbols that have nothing to do with the original tribal design lines combine with the standard lines, curves and inter-junction structures of the Tahitian tribal tattoos.
In the case of the new tribe, it is the decoration that surrounds the central element that identifies them as a tribe. Here you can find an overview of symbols that are often combined with tribal tattoo designs.