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Bull Tattoo Designs



     

The bull has been a symbol of many different and sometimes even contradicting concepts, since time immemorial. It has been linked to many different cultures and religions across the globe in various ages. The bull is an essentially male, exceedingly masculine creature, which signifies unbound strength, resurrection, impulsiveness, and fatherhood as such. Apart from this, he also represents the sun and moon as gods, and happens to be the complete symbol of fertility, since he is attached so deeply to agriculture, apart from being a sexually aggressive animal in essence.

The bull, as said before, symbolizes the sun and moon gods, and is hence associated with most of the elements, such as the sky, fire, earth, and water. Apart from this, many ancient cults believed that the bull is a symbol of death, probably because of its ferocity and aggressiveness. For instance, the Hindu god Shiva, who is considered to be the Destroyer, rides a white bull called Nandi.

It is also said in some cultures that a celestial bull carries the world on its horns, and tosses it around, catching it again, when it gets rowdy. Greco-roman mythology also shows a lot many instances of bulls being sacred to various gods and goddesses, from Zeus masquerading as one in order to seduce Europa, to Jason trying to yoke great fire-breathing bulls from Hephaestus's forge in order to obtain the Golden Fleece, right up to the story of the Minotaur; the bull has been seen on the positive, as well as the negative side of the balance. The bull has also been included in the zodiac in the form of Taurus, the constellation.

Now, in case you have made up your mind to pay tribute to this legendary creature, or you believe that it depicts your own personality in a beautiful and striking way, you could obtain a bold bull tattoo on your body. For this, you need to take care of certain aspects. First of all, you need to decide on exactly what kind of bull tattoo design you are looking for. You could go in for a bull face, or an entire bull as per your wish, or you could have it inked in with some other design, which complements it really well, such as flames, or dark clouds and lightning, etc. You could also select a Taurus tattoo design, in case you belong to that zodiac sign, since it will provide even greater variety.

You also need to decide whether you want to have a basic black bull tattoo or a colored, vibrant one. The choice is yours, depending upon your own preferences, and of course and your financial resources. Once you are finished deciding, you could start looking for the perfect tattoo artist, who would make your bull tattoo design look as brawny and forthright as it should be, instead of messing it all up. It is recommended that you get a well-known, reputed artist to do this for you, as you definitely do not want to take chances with it.

Now that you have a good idea as to how you should actually go about selecting and working on your bull tattoo design, well, don't let anything stop you. Go ahead and get on with your search immediately!