Tattoos The Best Infinity Tattoo Designs  

Andrew Howland
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Infinity tattoos are historically and culturally some of the most popular tattoo designs in the world. Their origin stems from a mythological creature called the Ouroboros: a snake that swallows its own tail, morphing into a creature with no end. Traditionally, the infinity symbol represents a life that never ends, or endlessly repeats itself. It can be associated with reincarnation and parallel universe theory as well.   

Below are some of the most popular infinity symbol designs. The best thing about infinity tattoos, is that you can dress them up with added symbolism, or dress them down to make them look classic, timeless, and simple. We have every design - from hearts and flowers, to pizza and anchors. Take a look and see which style of infinity symbol might be right for your next tattoo! 
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Feather Infinity Tattoos


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Most commonly, a single feather symbolizes the coming or going of a life in the way of a birth or death. Having one single feather represents floating in the wind and letting luck and fortune determine your path. Some of the most common feather types come from the wings of eagles, peacocks, seagulls, Phoenixes, or owls. Each of these majestic animals has their own personalized meaning about what they represent. 
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Heart Infinity Tattoos


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This simple design symbolizes infinite love. 
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Pizza Infinity Tattoos


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This tattoo is for anyone who will love pizza 'til the day they die. 
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Cross Infinity Tattoos


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The cross has long been associated with Christian faith. When combined with the infinity symbol, it means infinite faith in one's personal religious beliefs.