Brazilian tattooer Frann Rocha is a student of world cultures, and particularly the ornamentation used throughout history to create decorative arts. From detailed textiles to protective and prayerful chalk art in doorways to homes, ornamental patterns and motifs have been used to both symbolize deeper meaning as well as to bring beauty to otherwise ordinary objects. Ornamentals V1 and V2 are incredibly versatile toolkits of flash stamp designs, giving you modern interpretations for your ornamental tattoo designs.Unsurprisingly, as tattoos became more commonplace, these symbols, with or without the specific cultural meaning, were used to decorate the body, bringing a similarly adorned aesthetic. In recent years, ornamental tattoos have risen in popularity, from complex, fine-line mendhi and henna-inspired tattoos to large scale, bold linework designs. Frann Rocha enjoys tattooing ornamental designs across the spectrum, and created these Ornamental flash sets to give you a wide variety of patterns and designs to use in your own work.Used for large or small scale tattoos, symmetrical or more naturally flowing, Frann was inspired by Near Eastern cultural elements and created toolkits based around ornamental flowers and floral elements. The mandalas and mandala flowers are stencil-ready or can be used with the ornamental frames or spirals to compose larger tattoo designs. The boteh and kolam designs in the set reference more a specific ornamental aesthetic, celebrating the influence of decorative arts on this style of tattooing.