Take a look at this collection and pick out your own skull tattoo from a host of great designs and styles!
There’s a wide selection of the ever more popular Mexican skulls: from portraits of women with their face painted to look like a skull (inspired by local folklore’s Santa Muerte), to subjects in perfect sugar skull style, and the original new school and cartoon interpretations.
And that’s not all: there are realistic skulls to suit all tastes, skulls and flowers, traditional and old school style skulls, pirate skulls, skulls and diamonds, gorgeous mini skulls and many more ex-skullent tattoo flashes! With colour, black and grey and even just linework designs.
The skull tattoo is a classic, iconic design common to every style and has always been a popular request at the studio: but what does it symbolise?
First of all it is the symbol of death, meaning the end of all biological functions. However in many cultures and religions it is also a symbol of resurrection, since “passing” is seen as a rebirth, a rite of passage which takes you to another dimension.
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