Canman created this fresh Peony flower tattoo.

The client preferred a soft black and grey shade.

The design flows well from her upper arm onto her chest.

The tattoo is a great example of a fusion between the Japanese and illustrative style.

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floral tattoos sometimes chosen as “filler” in larger pieces.

also, to make the space around the main tattoo design more luscious and ornate.

One flower that has been fully embraced by the tattoo community is the peony. 

Peony flowers have large, flamboyant blooms that are sure to catch your eye in any garden. 

These flowers are a popular choice for tattoos either on their own or as a complement to a larger design.

Many cultures lay claim to this gorgeous blossom, not only Japan.

As a result, the peony tattoo has many meanings, in some cases even to a contradictory degree.

Let’s take a deep dive into the delicate petals of the peony flower and explore the wisdom this perennial has to offer.


Peony tattoos symbolize wealth, good fortune and prosperity.

 The peony is a strong symbol of beauty, fragility and transitory nature of existence.

Furthermore, they depict that getting great rewards is only possible by taking great risks.

In addition, the peony symbolizes bravery and honor.

Today it is used in decorations at weddings to promote good fortune for the bride and groom.