Everyone out there loves Disney, right? Well, at least a majority of people in the world and what’s not to love? The movies have some great characters and I know there’s at least one Disney song that always gets stuck in your head. If your love for Disney is next level, then you might think about getting a little piece of Disney tattooed on you. Disney tattoos have gained popularity in the last ten years or so. If you’re looking for a Disney tattoo, then Pretty Designs has a lot of choices from different movies and even some matching ones so check out these 15 tattoos to give you some inspiration.
1. Lion King Disney Tattoo
The outline of Simba as a baby is one of the most iconic images from The Lion King. If you love the movie, then this tattoo could make you feel like the king or queen of Pride Rock.
2. Disney Dreamcatcher Tattoo
This Disney dreamcatcher is a really unique idea for a Disney tattoo. Instead of just focusing on one Disney movie, this tattoo features multiple and instead of having the typical circular shape is a Mickey Mouse head. This is great for someone who is a HUGE Disney lover.
3. Disney Castle Tattoo
If you want a more minimalistic Disney tattoo, then get an outline of the Disney castle. You can either get the castle from Disney World or Disneyland but each will show how much you love either park.
4. Matching Peter Pan Tattoos
If you and your significant other both love Disney, then getting a matching tattoo could be a fun date. Peter Pan and Tinkerbell are a very underrated choice but they both need other which could be great for you two. The colors in these are really fun too.
5. Mickey and Minnie Disney Tattoo
As the symbols of the Mouse House, Mickey and Minnie are an obvious tattoo choice. However, these tattoos are especially cute because they’re side by side in a way. Having them on two different body parts is a great way to get two tattoos that don’t take up a lot of space.
6. Peter Pan Disney Tattoo
This Peter Pan tattoo is a little bit more subtle than the earlier one. It shows Peter taking the Darling children to Neverland and is a great way to incorporate the famous scene without getting a huge tattoo especially if you need to have it covered for work.
7. Winnie The Pooh Disney Tattoo
This classic Winnie the Pooh tattoo is good for a vintage Disney fan. The classic version of Winnie The Pooh is still iconic and a vastly underrated option for a tattoo.
8. Colorful Stitch Disney Tattoo
This Stitch tattoo is a variation on the original design and actually look a lot better. Stitch has become a relatively popular character and that subtle color change could make your tattoo stand out.
9. Pocahontas Disney Tattoo
This might look like a simple tattoo of leaves, but it’s actually inspired by the song “Colors Of The Wind” from Pocahontas. The movie is vastly underrated but this tattoo could appeal to any Disney fan because it doesn’t really have any Disney symbolism.
10. Bambi Disney Tattoo
Bambi is such an iconic Disney character so why not chose him to be your tattoo? The simple artwork is a reminiscence of the original movie and will give you a more minimalistic look.
11. Up Tattoo
The house in Up with all of the balloons has become one of Pixar’s trademark symbols. This tattoo is small but such a detailed piece of art. All the different colors of the house and balloons are an awesome way to add some color instead of having just a black ink tattoo.
12. Beauty and the Beast Disney Tattoo
Beauty and the Beast has a lot of different images associated with it but Chip is no doubt the cutest. That’s why he makes such a cute tattoo and the scene where he blows the bubbles will allow you to incorporate a lot of different elements to customize.
13. Cinderella Disney Tattoo
In this tattoo, Cinderella‘s carriage has been transformed into a completely different design. Making her carriage as part of a chandelier is a really unique idea and there wouldn’t be anyone else who would even dream about having this tattoo.
14. Marie Disney Tattoo
If you want a Disney tattoo but want something really girly and cute, then get a tattoo of Marie, the cat. Even though you might not remember the movie, The Aristocats, the little lady has gained a huge following. This tattoo is relatively small but doesn’t make any less of an impression.
15. Ariel Inspired Disney Tattoo
This last tattoo is a shoutout to one of Disney’s most-loved princesses, Ariel. The Little Mermaid is one of Disney’s most popular princesses and this subtle tattoo would be a wonderful tribute to Ariel if she’s your favorite princess.