Buddhism is one of the most colorful and peaceful religions in this world. Buddhism and Buddha have become one of the most popular subjects in tattoos these days. Buddha tattoos can symbolize purity and peace. The meaning behind Buddha tattoos can be inspiring and also can reveal your personality.
Here are some of the Buddha Tattoos Design Ideas for your spiritual inspiration !
This hyper-realistic Buddha portrait could portray enlightenment or awakening which are usually the main symbolisms of Buddha.
Black and white tattoo design is both calming to the eyes and could be an inspiration to reach enlightenment and awakening or to simply find out the meaning of life.
This Buddha tattoo is an excellent choice for people who wants colorful and yet calming design.
This abstract Buddha design is perfect for artists or to show your artistic side.
If you want less decorations and more on realistic tattoo designs, then this one is right for you. It looks exactly like those Buddha statues you see on Buddhist temples.
To inspire you to be enlightened and pure, this wonderful Buddha and lotus tattoo could help you.
This Buddha tattoo clashes old religious beliefs and philosophy and a touch of modern times. It’s a new way to depict the famous Buddha.
This full sleeve tattoo of Buddha is enchanting with the details and careful strokes of curves. The highlights and shadows make a 3D effect and a show of being enlightened.
This design is perfect for women since it’s simple and smaller compared to previous designs.
This 3D smiling Buddha design may look simple but could take a skilled tattoo artist to perfect. It almost looks like it’s been airbrushed permanently on your skin.
Cherry blossoms are commonly associated with the fragility and beauty of life. Combining it with a Buddha design could offer a wonderful message to inspire you or whoever’s looking at it.
Here’s another alternative to the Buddha and Cherry blossom combination. This one can be inked on your arms.
This magnificently tattooed design shows Buddha and an Eastern dragon which signifies good fortune, fertility, and protector of life.
Have this Buddha and Japanese fish and bamboos tattooed on your sleeve and have a touch of the East. Plus the details in this design simply makes a wonderful work of art.
May this Buddha and horse tattoo guide and inspire you to reach enlightenment with the strength horse tattoos usually signify.
This beautiful Buddha and lotus half sleeve tattoo is mild and gentle to the eyes. It’s serene and this is why it could be a great design for women.
This tattoo design shouts intricacy. It’s another perfect alternative design to Buddha and lotus tattoos that you are looking for.
Here’s another contender to the Buddha and lotus tattoo that you can choose from. This one is more suitable for half sleeves.
If you want a Buddha and lotus tattoo for your full arms length, you can go with this option. It’s subtle and smoothly made so it’s also perfect for women.
For men, this is one design they can decide on for a full sleeve tattoo. The little touches of pink can make a black and white tattoo appear smoother.
This side tattoo is another perfect choice for women. It’s style is more like an oil pastel painting on paper. The blend of the colors makes a perfect 3D effect.
The hand of Buddha holding a lotus flower is a different one yet another alternative to Buddha and lotus designs. It’s not of the norm compared to the other designs so you may want to get this design. It’s a side tattoo so you can decide on how big it would be.
Mandala tattoos are also associated with Buddhism so this is a great combination if you practice the religion. The geometric design of Mandala tattoos could go with the simple and smooth features of Buddha’s face. Nonetheless, it would be better to have the Mandala tattoo on a flat surface to show off it’s amazing structure.
This tattoo could literally look relaxing and that could be because maple leaves are generally associated with relaxation and reservation. The red color of the maple goes with the black and white details of Buddha’s face.
If you think lotus is so common with Buddha tattoos, then how about switching to rose tattoos? Rose symbolizes love and passion even in tattoos. Combining it with Buddhism could show how you are passionate about the practice or with the thought of enlightenment.