The real meaning of cross skull tattoos have been misunderstood for a long time. Depending on how these tattoos are used, they have a wide variety of symbolic meanings. Skull designs are a universal symbol and can mean anything from a religious, political, or simply just an artistic expression.
If you want to stand out then a skull tattoo is a design you should go for because it represents a certain degree of individuality. A skull tattoo which is highly decorated with an original blend of color are popular among women. These colorful tattoos are meant to honor someone who died and represent a celebration of that person’s life. This is one of the few instances that a skull tattoo is seen as a positive image.
Frequently skull tattoos are seen as dark and threatening tattoo images. To many people these images represent fear, death, and danger, but rarely do these people know the true meaning behind these tattoos. These tattoos were not originally designed to represent these negative things. Instead they were originally used to represent a symbol of change. Traditionally the skull tattoo was related to a great change but over time these tattoos were eventually used to express person’s dark side.
Either way, skull tattoos have become increasingly popular and none more popular than the cross skull tattoo design. These tattoos are also known as crossbones tattoos. These are one of the best known skull designs and its image usually has a black flag as the background. These tattoos can be modified to adapt many different characteristics. Other cross skull tattoos include the flaming skull or the skull with crossbones and a pirate’s flag.