Slavic tattoos are inspired by pre-Christian Slavic mythology and faith. Polish people are constantly attracted to these tattoos. “The witcher” came from Slavic folklore and mythology. There are various symbols bearing different meanings. You can also illustrate different Slavic gods and goddesses with your tattoo. Are you interested to do a Slavic tattoo? We have arranged wonderful collections for you. You just have to keep your head in this article!
Slavic Animal Perun Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates Perun, who is considered the god of thunder and represents the goddess, Ziva. It is the whole black art enhancing your entire arm.
Witcher Slavic Arm Tattoo
The Slavic witcher character comes from the book series story based on Slavic mythology. The tattoo portrays a Slavic witcher shaded with black color. It looks amazing on your half arm.
Slavic Blackbird Chest Tattoo
The tattoo portrays Slavic mythology symbols on your chest with a blackbird.
Slavic Mokosh Tattoo
The tattoo portrays a Slavic mythology symbol, Mokosh as well as a Slavic goddess, Morana. She is considered the goddess of death, winter, and night. Mokosh means Slavic gods for female endeavors. In a simple word, it’s associated with a female’s destiny.
Slavic Ornament Face Tattoo
The tattoo will decorate your face with Slavic mythology symbols. It includes Svarog which means god of fire, sun, and heaven.
Slavic Chest Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates Slavic mythology symbols on your chest with pure black ink.
Animal Slavic Half Sleeve Tattoo
The tattoo represents the Slavic symbol, Rod as well as a shaded animal on your half sleeve. Rod refers to the Slavic deity who separated the physical world from the spiritual world.
Triangle Shape Animal Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo reflects a Slavic witcher on the behind of your leg.
Cute Slavic Forearm Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates the Slavic god, Svarog. It looks amazing on your forearm.
Mythical Slavic Motifs Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates a Slavic god and a symbol, Perun. It looks appealing on your half sleeve.
Ornamental Slavic Finger Tattoo
The tattoo represents Slavic symbols that mean warrior. It also means the spirit of your life.
Black & Red color Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates a red symbol on your leg. It also includes some black designs.
Simple Design Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo reflects a Slavic symbol in your design. It means moon.
Slavic Back Tattoo
The tattoo portrays a Slavic goddess, marzanna. It means goddess of winter and death. It includes a realistic design also with black color.
Banyan Tree Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates the Slavic symbol, Chur. It means the god of boundaries and property.
Couple Slavic Tattoo
On one hand, it represents dazrog who is the god of the sun. In another hand, it shows a Slavic witcher. It is a black and white tattoo.
Demon Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo includes a black and white demon design with Slavic symbols. It covers your hands to your shoulder.
Slavic Bebolog Hand Tattoo
The tattoo shows the Slavic god, Belobog. It is a prominent god in the history of Slavic mythology.
Slavic Animal Thigh Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates a Slavic animal which provides a horrible view on your thigh. It is a black and white tattoo. You have to take minimal care of your tattoo.
Triangle Design Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo represents kolovrat Slavic symbol on your chest. It means the symbol of the sun.
Kolovrat Slavic Crow Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates a crow holding a kolovrat symbol on his mouth. It looks amazing on your rib.
Soler Symbolic Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo portrays different symbolic forms of Slavic mythology.
Symbolic Couple Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates a god Slavic symbol. It looks wonderful on your forearm.
Symbolic Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo reflects a Slavic goddess on your thigh in black color.
Traditional Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo shows a floral design with Slavic symbols.
Russian Slavic Tattoo
The tattoo illustrates Russian Heron with a sun symbol.
Simple Slavic Tattoo
You can represent a simple Slavic tattoo on your leg.
- What is Slavic belief?
They are two main gods and they are Perun and Weles. Perun is the god of the sun. Weles is the god of thunder. Their belief system is kind of polytheistic.
- What does the Lada star symbolize?
Lada star symbolizes as guard against the evil forces. It also means faith, justice, freedom, and honor.
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