: Psico Design ep. 30 : FACES

FACES, the hidden meaning in a tattoo 

 

in this short article of the section “PSICO DESIGN – the psychology of the drawings” we address the meaning and symbolism of the FACES from a mythical or primordial point of view, to apply it in the portrayal of the tattoo

 

Anyway, we speak of fairytales that make us dream, there’s no time for science here

 

The prefrontal cortex has no ground here, we move within the emotions of the limbic brain or the instinct of the reptilian brain 

 

FACES are our personification…

 

obviously, we are not speaking of portraits, the portraits are a dedication to someone in particular

nothing to say

there are no hidden meanings here

 

I’m talking about “random” faces

a man, a woman, a child, an elderly person, a warrior, a geisha, a girl, a gypsy, an Indian, a samurai, a big-eyed doll…

 

a face in general

not a particular one

 

a face is a personification of oneself

 

it is the need to speak of one of your thousand ways of being, yourself in a thousand ways, 

 

one of the One, No One and One Hundred Thousand as Pirandello said

 

in this tattoo, you’re pretty much making clear the subject of the story 

 

no matter what costume you will put on it, we are speaking of a well-defined side of you

 

a side that you recently found 

or that you have always had  

that you never want to forget

 

a man, a woman, a child, an elderly person, a warrior, a geisha, a girl, a gypsy, an Indian, a samurai, a big-eyed doll…

 

in any case, it’s all about you

 

even if we only keep an eye or two lips of this face 

 

it’s always about you, maybe it’s something you want or don’t want to see or you want or don’t want to know

 

with love,

by Lady Sara