Owl tattoos are quite common these days, that’s because the owl tattoo means mysticism, intelligence and wisdom, while other people have their own meanings as well. There are more than 200 beautiful owl species to get tattoo ideas from. Owls are very colorful and interesting creatures, which is why some people prefer them than other bird tattoos. Most owls are nocturnal and hunt at night, for “night people” or people who are up all night the owl tattoo is perfect for you. You might be wondering where to put them, we give you a list of 20.
Check out our Owl Tattoos That Will Keep you Awake:
Upper arm owl tattoo
Biceps owl tattoo
I love the eye details. Makes you wanna stare at it for a long time.
Cool bio-mechanical owl tattoo with a little mouse
Rich-colored owl tattoo on a man’s chest.
Chest owl tattoo
Adorable owl tattoo design
It’s cute, cartoony and colorful.
Arm owl tattoo
Charming owl tattoo with pretty flowers.
Isn’t it adorable? Makes you wish it was real.
Framed owl tattoo
I love that the owl is in black and grey and the frame is colored in gold. It made the owl look very dramatic.
Full back owl tattoo
Look at the magnificent details of this owl tattoo. Aren’t you jealous?
Owl/heart tattoo, for the love of owls.
Cute owl attempting to look tough
Another reason why owl tattoos are popular. They’re cute, fierce, and fantastic.
Colorful thigh owl tattoo
Realistic leg owl tattoo
Owl with red ink.
I think the color red and an owl is a perfect combination. It looks so magnificent.
Owl with clock
Colorful geometrical owl tattoo design
For someone who loves colorful tattoos, an owl geometrical tattoo idea might be the best for you.
Cute owl on a branch
Cute yet fierce-looking owl in black and grey ink.
Owl thigh tattoo
A thigh owl tattoo is a great placement idea, especially for women, because it has bigger space and you can show it off when you wear short skirts or pants.
The owl tattoos naturally look amazing wherever you put them on your skin. This animal’s magnificent design and beautiful meaning are the reason why you almost see them everywhere, including accessories. The Greek goddess Athena symbolizes the owl, being the symbol of wisdom, wealth, and intelligence.
Although in reality, owls are not among the smartest birds in the criteria, because of their sharp senses, human fascination with them started way back 30,000 years ago. Its huge adorable eyes are stereoscopic. That means it can see well in the dim lights and even in the dark.