The Phoenix is a mythical bird that represents rebirth and new beginnings.
“The Phoenix has been a popular tattoo motif for many years. Its popularity continues to increase as more people relate to the mythology surrounding this bird that rises from the ashes to begin a new life cycle. It is frequently used to denote that the wearer has conquered some difficulty.”
Tattoo of a sugar skull
“You’ll frequently see black and grey tattoos with patterns such as prayer hands, which indicate faith, or images of the Mexican Day of the Dead sugar skulls, which are used to commemorate loved ones who have departed,” Marisa explains. ” “Sugar skulls have grown popular as themes… not just because of their bright, artistic patterns, but also because they signify our death,” says the author.
Tattoo of an anchor
“Classic Americana tattoos, such as those worn by sailors for years, are ageless and will never go out of style. A pig tattooed on one foot and a rooster tattooed on the other, for example, may have their origins in the old idea that sailors would not drown if they had these tattoos, much as those animals would float in their cargo crates and not sink with the ship when it went down in flames.”