King Tattoo Ideas & Designs

Each ruler certainly has its own weaknesses and strengths.

King tattoos are also like that.

They have their own unusual symbolism relays a story that is different from one another.

It is usual to see the king tattoos present a royalty of playing cards and done generally in the modern French style.

Queen and dead king tattoo

The style portrays the king of each suite in bold and bright colours–like black or red shades and emerald green, gold and navy blue colours–with corresponding big letters and symbols to signify their status.

The English playing cards may be utilized also for this specific art style.

They present a most remarkable design even if the colour is more subdued.

Generally it is faded black and red thus giving the appearance of either printing from a woodblock or is carved in utmost details or even hand painted.

King and queen crowns tattoos

Some people like the king tattoos that are full of history which always portrays the folkloric characters like Rawana who is the king of Sri Lanka with the ten heads, the King Arthur and even the Oberon known as the king of fairies and shadows.

These characters are popular for the king tattoos as they are full of romantic, adventurous or even interesting tales that may be converted easily into colourful body art.

Lion king tattoo

Some of the Greek mythology kings may form unique pieces, like for instance the King Midas who turns everything he touches into gold or the Pygmalion carving the Galatea’s ivory statue or even the Ixion chained to a flaming wheel that is also revolving.

Skull with crown tattoo

There are many king tattoos that present this character as god-like, same with the theme of mythology.

For instance you may view the king as a monkey sitting on the thrown, with a circlet crown on his head and with red cape made of velvet.

Elephant king tattoo

You may think of something different still. You may form a scene something like Day of the Dead with a skeleton found on one knee being crowned by a king who is bony and tall wearing a cape that is lined with fur with a scepter filled with jewels in the hand and a crown on the head.

Crown neck tattoo

Some of the king tattoos have a similar design to those spray painted images that you see on a particular wall.

Such design usually present bright colours as well as the sharp and thick lettering saying “king” and also includes names.

King card tattoo

This design will usually display things like banners, crowns, flames and skulls.

This specific style is very interesting since it places any of its symbols on a particular portrait.

This is always done on the images of pets, loved ones or children.

Crowns fingers tattoos

Even if the king tattoos are not that prevailing as their queen or princess counterparts, they are not entirely still uncommon and may be utilized in big various methods to form amazing and unusual body art pieces.