The Best Cartoon Tattoo Artists
Browse our huge collection of cartoon tattoo designs and different ideas for inspiration. Bring back the 90s with your favorite character.
Cartoons aren’t only for kids anymore. People’s personalities can be shaped by cartoons from their childhood. Our childhood memories of watching cartoons in the morning are filled with fondness. Many people watch their favorite cartoons whenever they have some free time to relive their childhood memories. Some people even celebrate their birthdays with cartoon themes.
Getting a cartoon tattoo is an excellent way to keep your favorite cartoon forever in your heart if you can’t get over your cartoon dependency.
A huge trend in the tattoo industry is cartoon tattoos, and the number of cartoons keeps growing. Cartoon tattoos tend to bring back many memories as they evoke feelings from your early years. Disney, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network are some of the cartoon characters with their own tattoos.
Adults often consider cartoon tattoos to be childish. That person might be a bit conservative or not at the moment. Any person can get a cartoon tattoo, even if the cartoon significantly impacts their lives or families.
You will have a hard time picking the right cartoon character for your next tattoo because there are many to choose from. To help you decide what kind of cartoon tattoo you should get, listed below are some cartoon tattoos that you may enjoy.
There doesn’t seem to be an end to the popularity of cartoon tattoos. There is nothing wrong with wanting your favorite cartoon character to be on your body.
The most common tattoos on people’s bodies are cartoon characters. Marc Jacobs even has a Sponge Bob tattoo.
Spring break is a popular time for people to get tattoos, and they usually look like Disney characters. Nowadays, Disney tattoos are among the most popular tattoo designs.
Cartoon Tattoos and Their Meaning
A cartoon tattoo has no specific meaning, as every cartoon has its own characteristics and holds a different meaning for each individual. It is common for people to get cartoon tattoos to represent a strong relationship with their family. Watching cartoons such as Tom & Jerry or Scooby-Doo together is a tradition in many households. A beautiful childhood memory can be relieved by getting that cartoon character tattooed.
Cartoons teach different characteristics; therefore, certain people get tatted to gain some inspiration from them. You can get a cartoon tattoo just for its cute appearance or simply because it’s a fun trend. Cartoon tattoos symbolize your childhood most profoundly. It may be a cartoon that people like you have on your body, which helps you connect with others.
Cartoon tattoo placements
For cartoon tattoos, there is no specific placement. Ink can be placed anywhere on your body to create a cartoon tattoo. Depending on the design and size of the tattoo, the placement varies. You should consider the arm, the back, the thigh, or the calf for your cartoon tattoos, especially if they are large in size.
In the case of a smaller cartoon tattoo, you could get it tattooed on your wrist, neck, ankle, finger, or hands. You can also decide whether your tattoo is visible or not. Your cartoon tattoo will look adorable and memorable wherever you get it tattooed. Choosing the correct place won’t be a problem once you have selected the design.
Cartoon tattoos are great for anyone, regardless of their age. Your youth will be brought back with this tattoo style when you watch Saturday morning cartoons without worrying about anything.
Tattoo of Cartoon Channel Logo
You could get this cartoon channel logo tattoo if you want a subtle and original cartoon tattoo. An image of a particular channel can be seen on this tattoo. When you choose the Disney logo, you can have Mickey’s ears inked near the logo in black. Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network logos are also available. It symbolizes the happiness you had growing up as a result of being exposed to that specific channel. An arm, forearm, or back tattoo would be ideal.
Comic Book Cartoon Idea
This comic book tattoo could appeal to comic book fans who read them today. Colored ink depicts a specific scene from a comic book. Tattoos featuring comic books can be presented in a variety of ways. You can also have a character tatted instead of a scene, like Archie from Archie Comics or Betty from Betty Comics.
You can also get all your comic scenes tattooed on your arm. It is the best sleeve tattoo to have comic book tattoos on your arm.
Mario Games Tattoo
In addition to cartoons and movies, your tattoo could also be from your favorite video game from your childhood. This Mario games tattoo is perfect for anyone who played the famous Mario Bros game. Besides Mario, this tattoo features all the characters from the game in colored ink. Mario’s tattoos cannot feature any other characters. Although this tattoo can be designed anywhere, if you opt for a larger size with all the characters, then it would be best to get it tattooed on your sleeve.
The Simpsons Cartoon Tattoo
Even today, The Simpsons are one of the most popular and funniest TV shows. You can get a Simpson cartoon tattoo if you’re a diehard Simpson fan and grew up watching the show. Lisa from The Simpsons is outlined in black in this tattoo. Ink the whole Simpsons clan or add some color to your Simpsons cartoon tattoo if you want to be more creative.
Anime tattoos are no longer a fad any time soon. These tattoos are a must for the true, diehard fans of Japanese cartoons. Inked in colorful ink, this tattoo features an anime character from your favorite anime. If you want to choose a character from Naruto, you might like Kakashi Hatake. There are many details in this tattoo, and all attention is focused on Kakashi’s mask.
Your strong character might be inspired by the fierceness and clever fight tactics of this character. Therefore, getting this tattoo would be very symbolic and look great on the calf, arm, or back.
There are several characters in the series which you can get tattooed on your body if you feel like you can relate to them in some way. You should get the Simpson tattoo tattooed on your back or arm, considering its size.
Classic Cartoon Tattoo
Get this Tom and Jerry tattoo if you’re obsessed with the cartoon. Most people like Tom and Jerry — one of the most iconic cartoon duos of all time. Tom’s adoration and sadness grow when Jerry bullies him. Many people love Jerry because of his cuteness and his tricks. If you feel like you can relate to the friendship and mischievous behavior that the cartoon portrays, consider getting this tattoo.
The Mystery Cartoon Tattoo
This Scooby-Doo cartoon tattoo will bring back your childhood memories of the thrilling mystery series. In addition to Scooby, all members of his team are painted on this tattoo.
Alternatively, you could get a tattoo of any other character from the cartoon you relate to more. You could get the whole crew tatted with the famous van in the background if you loved them all.
Cartoon tattoo designs and images
Tattoos of Cartoon Characters
Don’t worry if you’re a cartoon fan and can’t decide on what cartoon character to get tattooed because now you can get this combination of cartoon characters tattooed. In one picture, you can bring all of your childhood memories together. Various cartoon characters’ faces are inked in black and white in this tattoo. Each finger has a different face. This is a great way to get together Scooby, Mickey, Doraemon, Tom, and many more characters.
Pokémon Lovers Tattoo
When you were a kid, you would collect Pokémon cards and watch the cartoon almost every day. The tattoo includes an image of Pikachu in yellow ink, looking all hyped up, but other Pokémons can also be tatted if you wish.
Pokémon ball tattoos are quite popular since they are quite powerful thanks to their unique power. You can throw your own powerful and cool vibes with it. A Pokémon tattoo looks best on your arm or forearm, especially if you’re getting a tattoo of the Pokémon ball.
Even old favorites can be spiced up by putting a twist on them or by adding a tattooed or pierced Disney princess. Almost anything can be tattooed these days.
You can have a little nostalgia with cartoon tattoos to reminisce about your childhood or remember specific events. Check out the tattoos below if you love tattoos that bring back childhood memories to you.
The BEST 90s Cartoons (1990-1999)
- Tiny Toon Adventures (1990–1995)
- Bobby’s World (1990–1998)
- TaleSpin (1990–1991)
- Doug (1991–1994)
- The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)
- Darkwing Duck (1991–1992)
- Taz-Mania (1991–1995)
- Rugrats (1991–2006)
- Duck Tales
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- Samurai Jack.
- Batman: The Animated Series.
- Powerpuff Girls
- Johnny Bravo
- SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron
The animated television series first aired in 1990.
|Attack of the Killer Tomatoes||2||21||US||1990–1991||Fox Kids||Traditional|
|Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventures||2||21||US||1990–1991||CBS, Fox Kids||Traditional|
|Bobby’s World||7||81||US||1990–1998||Fox Kids||Traditional|
|Captain Planet and the Planeteers||6||113||US||1990–1996||TBS||Traditional|
|Kid ‘n Play||1||13||US||1990||NBC||Traditional|
|Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone||1||13||UK, US||1990||Syndication||Traditional|
|Monster Tails||1||50||US||1990–1991||Channel 4||Traditional|
|Nellie the Elephant||2||30||UK||1990–1991||ITV||Traditional|
|New Kids on the Block||1||15||US||1990–1991||ABC||Traditional|
|Peter Pan and the Pirates||1||65||US||1990–1991||Fox Kids||Traditional|
|Piggsburg Pigs!||1||13||US||1990||Fox Kids||Traditional|
|1990-2000, 2003-2006||Schweizer Fernsehen|
|Swamp Thing||1||5||US||1990–1991||Fox Kids||Traditional|
|The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda||2||26||US||1990–1991||Syndication||Traditional|
|The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3||1||26||US||1990||NBC||Traditional|
|The Little Flying Bears||1||39||Canada, Croatia||1990–1991||Syndication||Traditional|
|The New Adventures of He-Man||1||65||US||1990–1991||Syndication||Traditional|
|The Power Team||1||26||US||1990–1992||USA Network||Traditional|
|The Wizard of Oz||1||13||US||1990||ABC||Traditional|
|TaleSpin||1||65||US||1990–1991||The Disney Channel, Syndication||Traditional|
|Tiny Toon Adventures||3||98||US||1990–1995||Syndication, Fox Kids||Traditional|
|Tom & Jerry Kids||4||65||US||1990–1994||Fox Kids||Traditional|
|Wake, Rattle, and Roll||1||50||US||1990–1991||The Disney Channel, Syndication||Traditional|
|Widget the World Watcher||3||65||US||1990–1992||Syndication, USA Network||Traditional|
|Zazoo U||1||13||US||1990–1991||Fox Kids||Traditional|