33 tattoos based on your favorite movies and cartoons
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Tattoos have long been more of a fashion trend than a sign of coolness and brutality. Now there are an incredible variety of designs, and every tattoo artist wants to impress with the originality of the style and pattern.
We found another option for those who no longer know how to stand out. Or for those who love a certain movie or maybe a cartoon so much that they just can't part with this image for a minute.
Cartoon "The Lion King". Hakuna matata!
Harry Potter and the Expecto Patronum spell.
"Toy Story". "When I was growing up, my grandmother and I watched the cartoon a million times. And Buzz Lightyear was my favorite character. This tattoo doesn't let me forget that my grandmother will always be my friend."
Quote from the movie "Almost Famous".
The film "Where the Monsters Live", an adaptation of the book of the same name.
The silhouette of Toothless's head from How to Train a Dragon.
"Forrest Gump": "Jenny and I were like peas and carrots."
From the cartoon "Lilo and Stitch" - ohana (in Hawaiian culture means family).
"Beauty and the Beast".
The film "Immortals" (Tuck Everlasting): "Don't be afraid of death, be afraid of the unlived life. It is not necessary to live forever, the main thing is just to live."
The film "The Beginning".
"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade".
A kind of pin-up based on the films about Freddy Krueger.
From the cartoon "On a visit to the Robinsons": "Keep moving forward".
"Gone with the ghosts."
Stomper from the cartoon "Bambi".
Ursula from the Disney cartoon "The Little Mermaid".
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
"The Silence of the Lambs".
The film "The Mummy".
The movie "Interstellar".
A combination of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings. The phrase in Elvish is " Take heart, heart."
Quote from the movie " If I Stay»: "Choice defines you."
The film "Edward Scissorhands".
Quote from the movie "Eternal Sunshine of the Pure Mind": "Meet me in Montauk".