<Cartoon Tattoos

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1. Buzz Lightyear

If you are a Toy Story fan, you will love this tattoo. Buzz Lightyear is a great character for any lover of those fun movies.


2. Bugs Bunny

Bugs Bunny tattoo is a symbol of joy, cheerfulness and love. It means that the person wearing it has similar qualities in his own personality that he or she tries to give out to others through this tattoo.


3. Mickey and Minnie

It is not a secret that children love cartoons. However, those children tend to grow up to be adults who also love cartoons. Although they would love watching different types of movies, the joy of watching an animated comedy cartoon will never grow old with them.


4. Minions

Minions are known to be free-spirited and crazy as hell. So if a Minion tattoo describes you, don't even think twice, get it. It is probably the best option for you. You can get Minion tattoos on your forearm, calve or any other party of the body you wish


5. Smurfs

If you love the Smurfs, then you are sure to love this design that will bring you back to those days when you sat on the carpet and watched those cartoons.


6. Tom and Jerry

A Tom and Jerry tattoo may signify that the wearer has an appreciation for mischief, since Tom and Jerry consistently pull pranks on one another during the show.


7. Wonder Woman

Much like the original comic and recent DC films, Wonder Woman tattoos symbolize values of femininity that should be more celebrated, such as strength and self-reliance, peace and the value for life, and sisterhood/support among women.


8. Wilma Flintstone

Yabba Dabba Doo! She's the beautiful wife of the hilarious Fred Flintstone and you will be rocking your best Wilma Flintstones tattoo.

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9. Superman

Superman is a popular superhero who embodies strength, honor, and bravery. As such, it's no wonder that tattoos of this famous character reflect the good traits of heroism and doing what's right. Superman tattoos can symbolize heroism and the commitment to doing good, no matter what.

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10.Road Runner

The Road Runner is admired for their bravery, power, endurance, and speed. The cartoon bird has no realism but people sometimes get this tattoo to get back to the nostalgia this cartoon used to bring in their childhood.

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11. Fred Flintstone

Fred Flintstone tattoos depicts the nature of the wearer who might be joyful, free-minded, playful, and over-excited.


12.Lisa Simpson

This classic cartoon series is an obvious choice to be worn permanently on many people.

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13. Tweety Bird

Tweety Bird has long been a symbol of cuteness and mischief.


14.Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse has become the symbol of the happiest place on Earth. Also, he is the symbol of the hearkening back to childhood and the simplicity of the native joy and optimism that defines his character. There are a lot of colorful and fun tattoos that Mickey Mouse inspires. For example, you can portray Mickey alone, or with some other characters from the Disney world. In fact, the most common character appearing together with him in tattoos is his partner, Minnie Mouse.

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15. Yosemite Sam

Yosemite Sam is the short, angry, gun-slinging cowboy in Looney Tunes. He's often seen chasing after Bugs Bunny due to his intense hatred of rabbits. He's been appearing in cartoons since 1945, although a similar character had appeared since 1943. If you like gun tattoos this one is perfect for you! A mixture of danger and comedy.

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16. Minnie Mouse Tattoo

Minnie Mouse tattoos are favorites on any list of Disney tattoos. A Minnie Mouse tattoo is a symbol of the wearer's love for the iconic character. Minnie represents style, but she also represents just being you.

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17. Toy Story Woody Tattoo

Anyone who knows the plot of Toy Story knows that the main theme of this cartoon is friendship. The friendship between Woody and Andy, between Woody and Buzz, the general friendship that exists between Andy's toys, and so on.

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18. Winnie The Pooh Tattoo

While there is not a particular meaning associated with Winnie the Pooh tattoos, they do tend to make people feel happy. They remind you of a simpler time when you were a child and give you hope that it is still good in the world.