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APPLE TATTOOS


Throughout history, the apple has been a symbolic element to a variety of different cultures all over the world. Through all of this, the apple has been a symbol of good and evil. The apple tattoo can be worn by both men and women. Apple tattoos do hold symbolic value to those who wear such a tattoo. In this article, we will discuss apple tattoo designs, apple tattoo meanings, and you will also have a chance to view all the different apple tattoo designs. In the end, we hope you find inspiration for your next tattoo venture.

When it comes to symbolic symbols that represent good and bad, the apple ranks at the top. The apple was a symbolic symbol to the Romans, Greeks, Chinese, and Celts. The Celts believed the apple was a symbol of immortality. The Greeks felt that the apple represented fertility and divine knowledge. The Chinese believed that the apple was a symbol of friendship. To some cultures, the apple was a symbol of freedom and wisdom. And to other cultures, the apple was a symbol of evil and death.

The apple is also a symbol of pure evil, as seen in the story of Adam and Eve from the Bible. In this story, it is Eve who eats the forbidden fruit of the Garden of Eden as she is encouraged to do so by an evil serpent. This is represented by a snake and apple tattoo. The apple is also a symbol of movies, such as Twilight and Snow White. An apple is also used for the Apple Company, the apple that is rainbow colored. And at this day and age, the apple is also a symbol of teachers and education. Apples are also a symbol of a witch, as it is often portrayed in literature and movies.

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APPLE TATTOO MEANINGS


The apple has been a symbol of both good and evil. The apple tattoo can represent the same attributes. But remember, in the end, your apple tattoo represents what you want it too. With saying that, below are the meanings behind the apple tattoo.


  • Good
  • Evil
  • Knowledge
  • Passion
  • Temptation
  • Seductive
  • Desire
  • Wisdom
  • Learning
  • Freedom

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APPLE TATTOO DESIGNS


With so many different associations, apple tattoo designs can be designed in several different ways according to the meaning of the tattoo. Apple tattoo designs may portray the apple alone or perhaps with other fruits. Apple tattoo designs often portray the apple with a snake, which is a popular apple tattoo. This type of apple tattoo design represents the story of Adam and Eve. Apple tattoo designs may portray the apple with a bite taken out or a worm going through the apple.

Apples are usually designed only using two colors, which are red and green. However, some apple tattoo designs may portray the apple in various colors other then red and green. Some apple tattoo designs portray the Apple Company, which is the multi-colored apple logo you see in the tattoo gallery on this page. Snow White tattoos also portray an apple in most cases as well.

Apple tattoo designs can also portray the apple in an evil way. For example, the apple can be designed with a snake. Also, the apple can be designed with an evil face or a skull within the apple somewhere. You can do a lot with apple tattoo designs so think outside the box when designing your apple tattoo design. Make sure that you take the time to view all the different apple tattoo designs in this article. This will give you a general idea of what is available. Plus, this will give you a chance to pick up tips and ideas for your own apple tattoo.

Apple tattoos may also be designed with quotes or words. For example, you may see an apple tattoo design that says "Delicious" or "Seductive." Many apple tattoos that portray words on a ribbon or scroll will read "Forbidden Fruit." Some may simple choose their name or a name of a loved one. The apple tattoo may also be chosen by a teacher or educator.

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REMEMBER


There are some important things to remember before you choose your apple tattoo or any tattoo. Make sure that you take the time to research your tattoo. Make sure that you completely understand what your tattoo represents and stands for. You don't want to get inked without knowing the meaning of your tattoo symbol.

Don't rush to get inked! Men and women that rush to get inked usually have regrets about their tattoo later on down the road. If you are having second thoughts, don't go ahead and get tattooed. You want to wait until you are completely sure on your choice. Remember, you are going to wear this tattoo for the rest of your life.

Apple tattoos can represent both good and bad. It is important that you know exactly what your tattoo symbolizes in your eyes. This is a great tattoo to work with because you have plenty of options and designs to choose from. If you believe that the apple tattoo is not for you or you want to view more tattoos, please feel free to follow the links set below. As always, we thank you for your visit.

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Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

hey thelyricwriter another great share.. I really never thought of the apple as having a symbolic meaning but good and evil did remind me of Adam, and Eve..:)


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Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Like them.


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CyberShelley 4 years ago

Very interesting the different symbolic meanings of the apple - to me it has always symbolised temptation Adam and Eve etc. This again is a beautiful addition to your 'fruit tattoos', strawberries being the last one.

Up, awesome, interesting, useful and shared!


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia Author

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