The Grim Reaper is a highly symbolic and meaningful tattoo. In this article, I will discuss different designs and the meanings behind this dark and bold design. I hope that you are able to find ideas and inspiration for your next tattoo.
Considering getting a dragon tattoo? Read on for in-depth discussion of the meaning and symbolism of a dragon tattoo, including Chinese and Japanese designs, with many photos.
Considering a gargoyle tattoo? Learn more about the history, meaning, and design options for this tattoo, and view lots of photos.
The tattoo of the Phoenix is one of the most fantastic to work with. Whether you do it in dark ink, bright colors, or in some cases the combination of both, you've really got to have a poor tattoo artist to screw this one up, as the body and...
The Kitsune is a mythical creature in Japan’s legend. It's sometimes seen as a deity and other times as a demon. So is the fox good or bad? Explore the different kinds of foxes and view designs for your fox tattoo inspiration.
Mermaid tattoos are one of the more popular maritime tattoo symbols. Learn more about the history, interpretation, and design variation options and view lots of photos here.
Dragon tattoos are among the most popular tattoos in the world. Let's take a look at the symbolism, meaning, as well as some beautiful examples.
They're not just fantasy any more. Learn more about what a wizard tattoo might represent and view many examples in photo galleries.
Looking for fresh ideas for a cute or dark fairy tattoo? Here, you'll find many photos and ideas for inspiration.
The Foo Dog (or Fu Dog) tattoo shows a magnificent creature with its curly mane and menacing snarl, but did you know that it’s not actually a dog? What exactly is it, how did it come about and more interestingly, why is it known as a “dog”? We delve deeper into history and take a closer look.
Looking for awesome, unusual mermaid tattoo designs? Maybe you'll find some inspiration here. I've collected some beautiful ideas that are sure to spark your interest and creativity.