Skull tattoo as a classic in body art
Skull tattoos are considered a men’s business, but lately they have become more popular among women as well, and that’s not by chance, because the motif can be depicted very differently. The skull and crossbones tattoos can look really awesome and realistic, from very abstract to very original and aesthetic – just look at our photos to see for yourself! The size of the tattoos could of course also vary and the exact body area is a matter of taste – a skull tatoo is just as good for the chest, back, shoulder, and why not in mini format for the fingers, hand or ankle? The presentation can be classic black and white or colored – depending on the specific visual effect. And what is the meaning behind a skull tattoo? Read on to find out the answer!
Skull Tattoo – Meaning
The skull tattoo actually has a number of meanings that can vary as well – for example, depending on the other motifs with which it is combined. The following symbolism is most common:
Verg- Transience of Life: