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Celebration Meetings && Events LLC
(860) 430-1927
10 Commerce St
Glastonbury, CT
 
Visual Expressions LLC
(860) 568-6656
775 Silver Lane
East Hartford, CT
 
Visual Expressions
(860) 568-6656
775 Silver Ln Ste 2a
East Hartford, CT
 
Propaganda Tatto Studio
(860) 432-9698
115 Center St.
Manchester, CT
 
Body Graphics Inc
(860) 289-6534
73 John Fitch Blvd
South Windsor, CT
 
Celebration Meetings & Events Llc
(860) 430-1927
10 Commerce St Ste E
Glastonbury, CT
 
Visual Expressions
(860) 568-6656
775 Silver Ln Ste 2A
East Hartford, CT
 
Guide Line Tattoos
(860) 289-2698
429 Burnside Avenue
East Hartford, CT
 
Artifact Tattoo Studio
(860) 666-1102
117 Fenn Rd
Newington, CT
 
The Edge Tattoo Co LLC
(860) 644-1021
986 Sullivan Ave
South Windsor, CT
 

Anarchy tattoos

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Anarchy tattoo meanings Anarchy Tattoos - The usual symbol for anarchy is a stylized "A" within a letter "O". The "A" stands for anarchy and the "O" stands for order. Together they stand for "Anarchy is Order". As a tattoo symbol, the anarchy symbol has been very popular with groups whose members have considered themselves as being on the fringes of accepted society, either because of their belief systems or their lifestyle. The anarchy symbol has at various times been embraced by punks, skin-heads and the gay community. It has also been used to protest globalism - as in global-capitalism or industrialization, global-warming and been embraced by environmental activists.

Political anarchists prized the rights of the individual and minorities over the potential tyranny of the majority. The Anarchy symbols first came into use over one hundred and fifty years ago and was used to protest oppressive governmental regimes, monarchies and states that outlawed unions. Other symbols of anarchy have been the extensive use of the colour black, as used in black flags, black crosses and black cats; a symbol of a raised clenched fist, and a number of variations on the Jolly Roger or Skull and Crossed Bones, the chosen flag of pirates who sailed for no nation but themselves.

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