The My Little Pony is one thing that became an instant hit with small girls from the early eighties when the toys first came out. Since then it has been 30 years and still the cute little ponies still continue to be popular . Those among us who wish to retain that bit of their childhood even as a grownup may find this My little pony tattoo very attractive. Since the theme in question is equestrian the choices for designs is really huge in terms of the poses and colors.
The concept and the idea of mermaid tattoos has always been attributed to sailors of the earliest centuries and folklore. They were the ones who made this really beautiful and mythical creature known to people, which over time, has been incorporated into millions of tattoo designs. The origin of the tales surrounding this alluring and mysterious creatures have traveled throughout time and have strengthened with each reported sighting of them. Even today, in the age of YouTube, more and more people are trying to capture real life footage of these amazing creatures on tape to prove to the world that they are more than just a fantasy tattoo design.
And legend has it that only virgins have the ability to be able to catch these creatures. But really, unicorns embody chastity and innocence. They are the noblest of creatures. But of course, as far as we know, they only exist in my best friend’s imagination. But that doesn’t stop people from loving these one-horned, four-legged beauties.
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While the horse remains one of the most popular animal tattoo designs, the winged horse Pegasus stands out as a particular favorite with equine tattoo enthusiasts. Not enough for some people the beauty, grace and speed of the ordinary horse, they must add wings and magic and stories of Gods to the tattoo — we speak of course of Pegasus, the winged horse of Greek mythology. The birth of this mythical winged steed went something like this — the Greek hero, Perseus, son of Zeus, slew the fearful Medusa with his magical sword, and from the blood gushing from her neck emerged the wild and magnificent Pegasus. Poseidon (Neptune), god of the Ocean, was Pegasus’ father.
Fairy tattoos are a fairly recent development and they represent a certain range of interests or way of thinking. A fairy tattoo design can be cute and rather precious, like something out of a children’s book, but fairies are not as innocent as they look.
The dragon is a «classic» tattoo motif, popular with both men and women. As a tattoo design the dragon shows the profound influence that Japanese and Chinese culture have had in Western tattooing for nearly two centuries. In the Far East, the dragon represents the Four Elements — Earth, Wind, Fire and Water — and the four points of the compass — East, West, North and South — and dragons are simultaneously a symbol of Water, Earth, Underworld and Sky. The dragon is a culturally far-ranging character whose apparent bad temper should be interpreted as simply amoral, neither good nor evil. The forces of nature are not human-hearted, representing as they do the cycle of life and death, followed again by birth and renewal. Nature nurtures and nature destroys. So too, does the dragon.