Alice in Wonderland Tattoo Ideas
As inspiration, these Alice in Wonderland tattoos are just a taste of what can be achieved with such an intriguing story.
Alice in Wonderland, a Disney classic since 1951, has captivated people for so many years. Even today, it’s difficult to not be reminded of the cult classic wherever we go.
Alice in Wonderland has inspired hundreds of spinoffs and artists and designers are still producing items inspired by the film that is more popular than ever.
Considering AIW tattoos’ worldwide popularity, it’s not surprising that numerous individuals adorn their bodies with AIW tattoos. Whether it is the Cheshire cat or that clock-toting white rabbit, tattoo artists have created some absolutely stunning designs. Here are some examples.
Sketch style Cheshire Cat
Blackwork white rabbit
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
The story of Alice in Wonderland, written by Lewis Carroll and published in 1865, continues to capture the imagination of young and old alike. The enduring legacy of Alice in Wonderland has led to many people getting Alice in Wonderland tattoos.
Young Alice is drowsily lazing by the river bank with her sister when, while talking to a White Rabbit, she falls down a rabbit hole into a fantastical world full of bizarre creatures, strange customs, and profound nonsense.
Alice in Wonderland has been immensely popular among adults and children because of Carroll’s clever use of language and his ability to utilize illogic to tell the story.
In light of Carroll’s intricate combination of mathematic principles, powerful symbolism, and linguistic gymnastics, Alice in Wonderland‘s analysis has reached scholarly levels, with scholars continuing to speculate on the story’s meaning and the significance behind the multitude of characters.
Absolem Tattoo Images
The Hatter/Mad Hatter Tattoos
The Hatter, also known as the Mad Hatter, is a central character in the story. When Johnny Depp portrayed the Hatter in Tim Burton’s film “Alice in Wonderland,” the character became very popular. The Hatter in Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland wears a large top hat with a hatband that reads “10/6”. Tattoo designs that represent the Hatter usually only include the Hat.
Mad Hatter Tattoos Inspired by Johnny Depp
Alice in Wonderland Tattoos – Alice
Red Queen Tattoos
What would you expect if Alice in Wonderland fans got tattoos of the Red Queen? There’s no doubt that the queen of hearts has a large fan base. The Joker from the Batman movies is probably loved for the same reason.
Alice in Wonderland Tattoos – The White Rabbit
Disney’s Alice Tattoo Design
Cheshire Cat Tattoos
There is something very mysterious and dark about the Cheshire Cat. Cheshire Cat, like all the other members of Wonderland, is mad, but he admits it proudly.
Wonderland’s inhabitants, including the Queen of Hearts, seem to be frightened of the Cheshire Cat, most likely because he is the craziest of them all. His mischievous grin is also legendary.
This cat with a hat
A forearm piece
This forearm work
Curiouser Black and Gray Ink
Work in black and gray dates back decades. These Alice in Wonderland tattoos perfectly demonstrate the classic, timeless appeal of this approach.
This collection of tattoo designs includes designs that have been heavily influenced by Chicano tattooing, as well as Wonderland tattoo designs that closely resemble the original lithograph, and demonstrate how black and gray ink can be applied in a variety of styles.
Alice in Wonderland Tattoos – Artwork
Four splendidly rendered designs in glorious color recapture the charm of illustrator John Tenniel’s original images of Wonderland.
These temporary tattoos feature the White Rabbit; the Mad Hatter and one of his teatime companions, the Dormouse; Alice, arm-in-arm with the Duchess; and the Cheshire Cat in full grin.
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