Aztec Tattoos

Aztec Tattoos

A tribe called the Aztec thrived in Central Mexico from the 14th to the 16th century. They were known for their bravery, and are still renowned around the world for their wonderful culture and unique traditions. Because of these reasons it’s no surprise that many people from all around the world – not only the Mexican descendants – ask for Aztec tattoos. They are colorful and vivid, and are best depicted in large images. Most suitable for large areas of the skin such as the chest, back, and arm, tattoos of Aztec people and symbols can be sported by men and women alike.

There are many Aztec tattoos paraded by ink aficionados from all around the globe. One is the Eagle design, where a warrior is cloaked in traditional costume. He also wears a big headdress with a large beak, surrounded by feathers. Warriors are held in high regard by the Aztecs, they are even considered noble gods. Another famous tattoo of Aztec design is the skull, which represents the north. Known to the people as the “Death God,” it is an ink design very popular with both young and mature men. As for women, the more feminine flower Aztec tattoos are preferred. These permanent blooms are not only very attractive; they represent Aztec gods as well. With other examples such as the Bird, Serpent and Warrior inks, there are several options.




samurai mask
Native American bird design
Buddha in Ohm
Thin line between Love and Hate
Native American round pattern
Aztec sun stone
Geometric boom
Sugar skull
Tribal Native American tattoo design
Aztec Feather
Aztec Feathered Serpent
warrior girl
Indian Tomahawk
Aztec Tribal elephant head
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Aztec Armband
Eagle & Snake
pagan priestess linework.
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Mandala
SUPER WHEEL MANDALA E16
mens tribal peacock feather
polynesian turtle
arrow
Strange Fruit
New art with birth year.
Face of nature.
Mandala
Arm
Evil face of nature.