Tattoos can be a great way to celebrate and commemorate something important in your life. For many people, one of those things is fandom, and Disney is undoubtedly one of the biggest and most popular fandoms.
There are so many iconic movies, characters, and images from Disney’s vast canon that it can be overwhelming to narrow down the choices for a tattoo. Well, you’re in luck! We’re here to share fun and easily customizable ideas for Disney tattoos of all kinds.
A Disney logo
While it might seem a bit odd to get a company logo inked on your body, most Disneys are admittedly quite artistic. Some incorporate fun things like castles, but even the classic Disney “D” is styled in a unique and elegant way.
A symbol for a certain movie could also make a nice tattoo. For instance, The Incredibles has a simple yet iconic logo that might work well for it.
There have been so many different Mickey Mouse designs over the years that you’re bound to find one that speaks to you. There is his first appearance in Steamer WillieSorcerer Mickey’s Fancyand newer designs from modern Mickey cartoons, to name a few.
White as snow
As the first animated feature film with color and sound to be released, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is an integral part of Disney history. His art and animation still holds up today and includes iconic symbols and images that can be stunning as body art.
There’s the infamous Poison Apple, with its creepy poison face, or simply as a luscious red apple with Snow White’s fateful bite.
The Evil Queen’s magic mirror would also be a striking choice, with its hauntingly elegant look iconic from the 1937 film.
The beauty and the Beast
The beauty and the Beast is another classic Disney Princess movie with beautiful imagery that can create jaw-dropping tattoos. Perhaps the most obvious example is the rose in the west wing of the castle, which loses its petals throughout the film as the time the Beast has to break the curse placed on it runs out.
For something even more intricate, stained glass art is used early in the film to tell the story of how the aforementioned curse was inflicted on the castle, if you’re looking for a larger or more detailed tattoo.
Moana has some great tattoo options to look into. The heart of Te Fiti is a unique symbol that has many adorable little details that could make for beautiful body art.
This movie is also where the tattoos are actually featured; Maui has them all over her body, so putting a few on the same parts of your body is a great way to pay homage to the movie.
Disney villains tend to have pretty cool designs, ranging from quirky to epic. The Cheshire Cat Alice in Wonderland is a pretty popular choice for a tattoo, and there are plenty of ways to go about it. You could draw her whole pink and purple body over yours, or just her face as it sometimes appears to Alice, or even just her signature smile!
On the scarier end of the spectrum, Maleficent is another popular character that has a few different variations. There’s her glamorous “regular” self, as well as the dragon she becomes to fight Prince Phillip at the end of Sleeping Beauty.
If you’re a Pixar fan but can’t decide which movie to tattoo ink on, picking the icon that represents the animation studio as a whole is a great way to represent them. all !
Alternatively, if you want something a little more colorful, the classic Pixar ball might be a great choice – or you could combine the two, as in the Luxo Jr. short film!
Disney dream catcher
If you can’t narrow down your options to just one character or symbol for a tattoo, a dreamcatcher design might be a good way to incorporate a few different ones. You can choose to have a theme (like princesses or Pixar) or just make it an all-encompassing Disney dreamcatcher and incorporate images from all over the studio’s history.
A Disney quote or song lyrics
A picture can be worth a thousand words, but sometimes you have to use REAL words to say exactly what you want. While you might not be able to tattoo the lyrics of an entire song on your body, a line or two from one of your best jams or a quote from a favorite character can be a great way to keep its message. in your mind and in your spirit. your heart at all times.
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