Anubis Tattoos:

Anubis is the ancient Egyptian god/guardian of the dead. The name Anubis actually comes from the Greek, but the earliest Egyptian names for him include Anpu, or Inpu. Both have the same root word which means “royal child”, and “inp” which means “to decay”. He is generally depicted as a black, jackal-dog-man hybrid, with the … More Anubis Tattoos:

Goddess Kali Tattoos:

Kali is a Hindu goddess often misconstrued as a goddess of death. While she does bring about the death of the ego and demons, she does not kill humans. She is the counterpart of the more violent deity Shiva the destroyer, both of whom are the destroyers of unreality. Kali is depicted as a woman … More Goddess Kali Tattoos:

Virgin Mary Tattoos:

In the Christian faith Mary is the mother of Jesus, also called mother of God. In the story of Christmas Mary is visited by an angel and told she will give birth to the son of God. ┬áJesus is then born in a barn, amongst animals and wisemen. Throughout the bible Mary is constantly seen … More Virgin Mary Tattoos:

Monkey King Tattoo

The Monkey King is a Chinese story based on a real monk who walked on foot from China to what is now India to recover the true Buddhist holy books. When he returned to China he translated the Sutras into Chinese, contributing to the development of Buddhism in China. Monkey king is the story of … More Monkey King Tattoo

Jesus Tattoos

Tattoos of Jesus Christ are a very popular design, particularly scenes depicting him wearing the crown of thorns or him on the cross. Jesus tattoos are also often paired with his mother Mary, or angels. Jesus tattoos can be done in many styles, but the most popular are American traditional, realism, and black and grey. … More Jesus Tattoos