Tattoos and tattoo related imagery have seen a huge rise in popularity over the past few years. Tattoos can come in all kinds of shapes and forms. Each of the different styles used says a message, and in a way that tells something about the owner of the said skin art. Over the course of history, one of the enduring tattoo designs is the skull.
Skull and skeleton tattoos can mean recognition of death, celebration of life, and just about everything in between. Many people consider skull and skeleton tattoos to mean death or anger. Yet even in the beginnings of the art of tattoo, the skull was more than a symbol of death, it was a symbol of the celebration of life. Skull tattoos in ancient societies were meant as a nod to “great change” and the greatest change in life is the inevitability of death. Hence the association of skull tattoos with death. People with skull or skeleton tattoos have their own reasons and subsequently own meanings for their tattoos.
Regardless of the meaning of a skull tattoo to the wearer, chances are that others will misinterpret it. When choosing a skull tattoo, be prepared to explain what it means to you time and again to curious observers.
Here we have created a post featuring 20 skeleton rib cage tattoo designs looking very amazing and awesome. So which one of these skeleton rib cage tattoo designs would you pick for yourself?