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The compass rose has been a staple of Old School tattoo design since the 1700s. Back then, sailors would get it inked while at sea. Usually used to indicate directions on a map, they believed it would keep them safe and stop their ships from straying off course. For many, it worked. Nowadays, though, the design is mostly used as a symbol for finding your direction in life.