Mexican influence tattoos are currently in high demand. The immensity of symbols offering is culture, which are filled with many meanings and have very good results aesthetically speaking, are too many to explain one by one. For this reason we focus only on two types of Mexican tattoos, which are in turn the most tattooed. These are Mexican and Mexican Claveras virgins.
Mexican skull on his chest with red flowers that give it color.
First, we will focus on Mexican skulls. We have been able to account for the recent influence of these designs and even today is a common disguise the Mexican skull.
The main significance of Mexican skulls is that of the dead, and therefore, naturally, the day in which more can be seen is the day of the dead, the day of Halloween . Unlike the Spanish traditions in which, on the day of all saints flowers to the grave of our loved ones in Mexico are carried also done but with a difference, as altars and color are built is the protagonist of this party. In fact, traditional Mexican skulls that are accustomed to see are sweets that children consume mostly Mexicans this year appointed day.
The characteristics of the Mexican skull ornaments are, especially in the area around the eyes, nose and mouth. Most of the time we see these along with other items such as flowers in most cases designs. In others, we can see the integrated ornate skull own flowers. It is precisely one of the biggest advantages of these elements is that they can integrate all kinds of details on the surface of the skull without fear quite match. Above all we must be aware of the importance of color in these designs.
Second, as mentioned earlier in this article, we will focus on Mexican virgins. Better known as Santa Muerte, is a design that can be similar to the Mexican skulls in form and color, yet not so similar if we consider the meaning. Some people consider it as one figure that has to go when you have various problems such as economic, health or love.
In most cases it represents safety and security and has also seen as an element capable of leading people on the right track. It is also seen as the connection of each person with death, as a link between life and death, between this world and the hereafter. Although as stated above may have different shades of color, it is important to note that the black has a primary role and paths that are made are preferably to be in this vein.
To conclude, if we want a Mexican influence design of these two elements discussed so far can be sought. It is important to be aware of the differences between each to opt for a design or another.
If you are religious or have ever traveled to Mexico, we’re sure you’ll love these designs. The most common Mexican tattoos are related to God, virgin and death. For them, the most important virgin is the Virgin of death.
We started with the design probably will be repeated in this collection: the image of the famous Mexican skull Catrina.
Angel next to a very small heart in a prayer pose. The bright red heart accompanying angel, with his angelic crown of a nice yellow contrast well with the sepia tone of the rest of the tattoo.
Hands praying with a message at the bottom, which reads “virgin”. The design is made using only black ink, thus attractive gray.
I like many tattoos on her colorful La Catrina. These designs are typical of this culture’s tattoos, and bright colors give very striking result as tattoos.
This guy shows us this great tattoo placed on the shoulder, in which we can see what looks like the face of an Aztec warrior, which is accompanied by a tribal ways around it.
Stunning tattoo of a Mexican woman. This tattoo image is superb, recreating so popular tattoos of this culture “dead girlfriends.”
The following imangen this is a skull design is striking, and where color takes a huge role, getting a fantastic result.
Mezicana skull with flowers and leaves and a purple shading that has a very good result. It seems that tattooing is found around the area of the biceps of this person.
Skull with several numbers tattooed on the forehead, 1 and 3. A skull is accompanied by two roses, within which you can see two smaller skulls. A curious design.
Tattoo on the arm of a pair of skeletons dancing, and under which you can read the message “to the end”. A tattoo that produces fear.
Skull with two vegetables. A tattoo a little strange, I can not find the relationship between the two objects.
Very large tattoo of La Catrina leg.
Shadow dragon symbol in black tones.
Design with letters on one side and a woman with a flower and a ribbon of purple.
Skull surrounded by colorful flowers.
We have already said before, of all colors, this is the design most repeated along this gallery.
Skeleton playing guitar with a Mexican blue hat.
Tattoo of a denture.
Death skull with a large sombrero.
Two skull tattoos of many colors. They are very difficult to make tattoos, but when they are made by a professional result is magnificent.
Skulls of different sizes and colors tattooed on his arm.
It is highlighted in red blood tone for what he calls attention to the rest of the design.
Aztec tattoos are also Mexican tattoos.
More designs of La Catrina.
Mexican skull with large colorful design that has a very feminine and elegant.
Women in Mexico are really beautiful. If you like tattoos on women, here it. In the tattoo, the girl has a Mexican hat. We can also find at the bottom eagle tattoo.
Tattoos of beers and a heart in the center.
Colorful skull with a red background gives even more color, the result is very clever.
Three skulls with lyrics
A black shading and a very nice saturated on the arm.
Back it tattooed with a tattoo of a Mexican guerrilla. Tattoo very well done and impressive.
Eagle holding a snake appears to be a rather fierce expression.
Image from an original Mexican skull.
Two more photos of women with tattoos.
Lovely portrait with a shaded in brown tones has been achieved and that offers a very good result.
Eagle with a snake and several colored motifs that give cohesion to the design.
A design with an Aztec influence and a beautiful rocky appearance.
Tattoo design with an Aztec
Mezicana skull with a lock on the forehead with a red shade.
Original photograph of a dancer design of a skeleton with characteristics of Mexican culture.
Mexican skeleton with a mustache and a cap. Mexican tattoo fun.
Mexican skull with a funny hat and creative mustache.
Virgin to which was added a mask as a Mexican wrestler.
A large animal print on the chest but the bottom do not understand why a cactus at the bottom.
Chest tattoo of this type.
Finally, this great tattoo of a virgin surrounded by fire.