it means love and death..at least to me it does
A skull inside of a rose tattoo does not have a specific meaning, it can vary from person to person. It does seem that many people get this tattoo as a symbol of love.
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Absolutely nothing................he just thinks it looks cool. It is a symbol out of harry potter that the death eaters all have
For Russians, it is a tattoo representing the highest ranking criminal. However, I believe snakes, or serpents, represent evil. Skulls obviously symbolize death. So, snakes slithering through skulls could symbolize the fact that someone has dealt with evils in the past, hardships. The skull could represent a person that has gone through rough times.
The never-ending struggle between naturalistic materialism and totalitarian Calvinism.
Siimply put, that love will continue after death, or that love is stronger than death.
The knife going through the skull was a very popular tattoo during the 50's and early 60's. The most popular area to place the tattoo in on the inner forearm. There isn't any symbolism behind it other than it looking tough. It was a popular tattoo design of the past and mostly attained by bikers so it could be seen while the rider's arm was stretched out, griping the motorcycle handlebars.
As far as I know a 'sugar skull' is a skull made of sugar, chocolate or candy, and decorated in a joyus, almost happy, style for the Mexican day of the dead celebration. So in a tattoo form I would image its a tattoo of a skull decorated in the Mexican day of the dead style.....Hope this helps....TatuBaronI think that this answer is right. I have a friend that has a sugar skull tattoo and she got it to honor her mother's memory. So I guess it's serves the same purpose as the sugar skull, just more permanent.From my understanding the symbolism of a sugar skull is rooted in the decoration around the eyes. Flowers are meant to symbolize life while cob webs symbolize death. Burning candels set inside the eyes are a sign of rememberance. These items can also be used in combination to personalize the main focus of the skull as well.a sugar skull represents the day of the dead, celebrated on the 1st of November...they believe the spirit of a loved one will enter the skull and revisit them for that day of the dead
There are no dangers of getting a skull tattoo specific to the skull. The type of tattoo does not make it dangerous as the picture has no links to known dangers.
well the "steal your face" is a grateful dead symbol which is the skull with a lightning bolt on the top of the head usually with red and blue on the left adn right side of the lightning bolt. and a tattoo is where ink is forced under you skin.
A symbol that depicts the sign of courage in a tattoo is a koi fish, a skull and the lion. As with all tattoos the colors have a lot to play in the meaning as well as the direction the tattoo is facing or going.
You can have a skull tattoo on your elbow. However, it is important to know what it means. This is constantly translated to mean danger.
Not for the person that skull belongs to ^_^
skulls symbolize death and rebirth
A death's-head tattoo. A skull a like tattoo. Don't believe.
The sugar skull tattoo is something meant to honor the memory of a loved one that has passed on.
Skull and crossbones can mean warning, danger or caution :)
I have heard it that in Native American culture (not sure of tribe/nation, etc.) it symbolizes a man's ability to provide for his family- like a blessing also.
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the tattoo on Chris Browns hand is a skull
Better to let a professional do it.
The skull and crossbone are the sign of pitates , or sea robbers.