Canman created this custom Devil tattoo in a Neo-traditonal style.
This design is heavily inspired by vintage early 19th century illustrations.
Devil tattoos are one of the classics in tattoo history.
The Devil doesn’t always refer to a red man with horns.
It can simply be a symbol of evil.
Having this symbol on your body can mean protection from demons.
A devil can show a mischievous side of you, or a rebellious attitude.
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HISTORY OF THE DEVIL
The Devil is also referred to as Satan.
He is known as the personification of evil.
In addition, considered the nemesis of good people everywhere.
His image and story have evolved over the years.
Also, the Devil has been called different names in various cultures.
Beelzebub, Lucifer, Baphomet and Mephistopheles are just a few.
Various physical descriptions include horns and cloven hooves instead of feet.
However, Dante portrayed the Devil as a grotesque, winged creature with three faces.
Likewise, Each face chewing on a devious sinner.
Its wings blew freezing cold winds throughout Hell’s domain.
Perhaps the most lasting images of the Devil are associated with hell.
The Bible refers to hell as a place of everlasting fire prepared for the Devil and his angels.
To clarify, the Bible doesn’t state the Devil will reign over hell.
The bible just states that he’ll be banished in hell.
In conclusion, it’s likely that the Devil’s influence is here to stay.
He will continue to influence religion, literature and pop culture worldwide.