A glimmer of white light in the dark is reborn as a rainbow after traversing a triangular passage of glass known as a prism. Minimalistic, beautiful, and haunting, this iconic image is known to mavens of Pink Floyd as the album cover for Dark Side of the Moon.
An optical prism is a revealer of the visual mystery that is light and sight.
Trekking from the heavens to the globe, rays of light illuminate all that is visible. Light is the luminous masquerader that meanders mindlessly, converting the unseen into the seen.
The prism unmasks the masquerader, showing light to be an ethereal variegation. Dark Side of the Moon tattoos can express the belief there is an unseen complexity to the visible world beyond the purview of the perceptible. They can also hint that the bearer is a deep thinker, possessed of many layers of understanding or experience.
The transformational aspect of the simple and singular metamorphosing into the magnificent and multiple can emphasize an arduous life journey that has resulted in a dazzling and resplendent end.
The spartan simplicity and straightforward style can convey an appreciation of the beauty of the bare and love of the less. Placed over the heart, this tattoo could represent how the heart can act as a prism and expose even faint emotion as the love behind it.
Elementary imagery and classic but meaningful understatement are the hallmarks of any Dark Side of the Moon tattoo design.