50+ Disney Tattoos Ideas and Designs for the Disney Kid in You

By Jason Hamilton / December 14, 2020
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Nearly all of us had Disney as a huge part of our childhood. And even until today, even when we grew older, Disney still has a special place in our hearts. And truth be told, some of us are even tuning in to Disney channel even today.

But aside from our childhood, Disney has also played a huge part in the world of body art. Yes, these cartoons and other fictional characters are even making rounds in the world of body art which is mainly patronized by adults. So why not have your favorite Disney character inked on your skin too? After all, tattoos are also about your favorite things.

But with so many Disney movies and series out there, it’s quite hard to choose which one you should tattoo on your skin. But don’t fret much, we got your back. We listed some of the most popular Disney characters, series, and movies to give you more inspiration for your tattoo.

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Disney Tattoos Ideas and Designs

Mickey and Minnie

It’s hard to talk about Disney without mentioning Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Back in the 1920s, the cinema worked quite differently than it is today. Most series before often displayed mean-spiritedness and all about slapsticky fun and mischief. But then came Walt Disney’s Mickey and Minnie Mouse, anthropomorphic mice in shorts and dress. Compared to other shows before, Disney developed a more lighthearted, wholesome, and goofy signature style. And because of this, people loved it. It became so huge that Disney owned his success to Mickey and Minnie’s image.

A minimalist tattoo of Mickey Mouse on the ankle

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A couple tattoo of Mickey and Minnie

Mickey with Walt Disney and other Disney characters overlooking Disneyland

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The Lion King

The Lion King is also one of the popular movies in Disney. It’s so popular that even its 2019 remake still made everyone talking. And it’s also one of the favorite lion tattoo designs in the world of body art too. For this movie, though, people often go for Simba and Scar tattoos.

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A watercolor Simba and Mufasa tattoo

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A cute realistic Simba tattoo on the right arm

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A matching watercolor tattoo of Nala and Mufasa

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Timon and Pumbaa

And speaking of The Lion King, it’s also hard not to talk about Timon and Pumbaa, the meerkat and the warthog. They also made it big that they even scored their own TV series.

A Timon and Pumbaa tattoo placed on the thigh

A colored Timon and Pumbaa tattoo featuring Simba

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A Timon and Pumbaa tattoo with a text that reads “Hakuna Matata”

Disney Princess Movies

Another huge part of millennials’ childhood today are the Disney princess movies. These movies became so popular not just because of the princesses’ looks but also because of how empowering and inspirational they were (and still are), especially for the young girls back then. Here are some of them and the movies they starred in.

The Little Mermaid

Ariel is well-loved because of her determination and her unique look – a mermaid! She’s you, fresh, and beautiful. Some people also have Ariel’s friends tattooed too like Flounder and Sebastian.

A thigh tattoo of Ariel with Sebastian and Flounder

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A minimalist watercolor tattoo of Ariel

A matching tattoo of Ariel and Prince Eric

Beauty and the Beast

For this movie, Belle is probably the favorite not just because she’s one of the main characters. People also love her because she’s smart and bookworms can relate to her.

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The rose from Beauty and the Beast

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 The iconic rose and ome of the supporting characters in Beauty and the Beast namely Mrs. Potts, Chip, and Lumiere

A sleeve tattoo of Belle and Beast surrounded by roses

The Princess and the Frog

Another popular princess for Disney tattoos ideas and designs is Tiana from The Princess and the Frog. She’s the first African-American princess and that makes her stand out. Aside from that, she also has a nice personality.

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A minimalist silhouette tattoo of Tiana

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A unique tattoo style of Tiana

Tangled

Disney’s version for Rapunzel is also well-loved. This is because aside from the nice characters, the movie also boasts of nice landscape shots, especially the sky lantern scene. The character that many people go for a Tangled-theme tattoo is, of course, Rapunzel.

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A watercolor tattoo inspired by the famous lantern scene from Tangled

 

A tattoo of Rapunzel and Pascal with watercolor details

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A matching tattoo of Flynn and Rapunzel on the shoulder area

Frozen

Of course, one of the newest addition to Disney’s princesses (or queen, rather) is Elsa from the movie Frozen. A queen who doesn’t need a man and is never bothered by cold – truly empowering. But aside from her, people also often tattoo Anna and their cute sidekick, Olaf.

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A tattoo of Anna and Elsa on the arm

An outline tattoo of Olaf on the wrist

An outline tattoo of Elsa and Anna

Cinderella

Cinderella is also one of the most famous Disney princesses. In fact, she’s probably the only Disney princess who has scored several franchise. People also loved her sidekicks Jaq and Gus.

A silhouette tattoo of Cinderella placed on the wrist

Cinderella’s iconic glass shoes with a silhouette of the castle

A minimalist Cinderella outline tattoo

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty is also one of the iconic Disney princesses although she slept a lot. This is probably because of her unique storyline and her superior princess look. Her fairly godparents are also popular in the world of tattoo.

Aurora’s fairy godmothers, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather

A tattoo of Aurora featuring Maleficent

A watercolor tattoo of Aurora’s crown

Aladdin

The Aladdin movie was also a hit. In fact, it was the most successful film of 1992. Hence, it’s not a surprise why it is also a hit in the tattoo world.

Genie’s lamp

Jasmine with her tiger, Rajah

A minimalist tattoo of Jasmine

Mulan

Mulan is, of course probably the most empowering Disney princess of all after trying to pretend like a man to bring honor to her family.

An outline tattoo of Mulan

 

A watercolor Mulan tattoo

Mulan featuring Mushu

Moana

Another movie that recently made it big both in the big screens and in the tattoo world is Moana. This movie became so popular that it made it so far to the world of body art and even inspired some Polynesian and tribal tattoo designs.

A stingray tattoo inspired by Moana’s grandma’s tattoo

A tattoo of young Moana

Moana, Pochahontas, and Mulan in one tattoo

Toy Story

Toy Story is also a popular movie and one of the popular Disney tattoos ideas and designs that one could always go for. There are many cute and unique toy characters here and you have countless ideas to choose from.

A matching tattoo of Buzz Lightyear and Woody

The iconic “Andy” mark on Woody’s shoe

Minimalist tattoos of Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye

Woody and Buzz in one tattoo

Winnie the Pooh

Another famous anthropomorphic character on this list is Winnie the Pooh, also called Pooh Bear and Pooh. He has a nice personality that Hundred Acre Wood friends and fans love. He’s loyal and will always be there for his friends. Such a good example for kids and such a cute design for a Disney tattoo.

A tattoo of Pooh and Eeyore

Pooh and Piglet

Tigger and Pooh

Maleficent

Maleficent is already one of the iconic Disney villains. But with Angelina Jolie’s version of this character, people loved it even more that it inspired many realistic Maleficent tattoos.

A realistic tattoo of Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent

Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent and the cartoon version morphed into a tattoo

The cartoon version of Maleficent

The Nightmare Before Christmas

For those who don’t like too cute stuff, Jack Skellington is another skull tattoo that you shouldn’t miss. His image isn’t always morbid and he will surely remind you of your childhood.

Little Jack Skellington

Colored matching tattoos of Jack Skellington

Jack Skellington and Sally

101 Dalmatians or The Hundred and One Dalmatians

Of course, who would not forget the adorable family of Dalmatians that made us love dogs even more? They will surely melt everyone’s heart when you etch them on your skin.

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Dalmatian puppies, Pongo, Perdita, and Cruella De Vil

A realistic Dalmatian tattoo

A tattoo of Cruella De Vil

Lady and the Tramp

Another popular Disney movie about dogs is Lady and the Tramp. It’s so popular that you will always remember them as you eat spaghetti. Such an iconic scene!

A combination tattoo of 101 Dalamtians and Lady and the Tramp

A tattoo of the iconic scene from Lady and the Tramp

Another tattoo of the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp


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Jason Hamilton

Jason has been an avid fan of tattoos for over 13 years now. He is currently 35 years old, and he got his first tattoo at the age of 22. Since then, he has added over 20 tattoos to his collection. He is also into writing, which is why he decided to celebrate both of his passion and hobby through tats ‘n’ rings. Jason dreams of having his very own tattoo parlor soon. Jason would be very happy to answer any questions about tattoos that you may have! Leave a comment below and he’ll answer it for you right away!

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