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The Gallery
(406) 248-2447
528 Grand Ave
Billings, MT
 
Bodyworks Tattoo and Piercing
(406) 252-7899
406 Grand Avenue
Billings, MT
 
Eagle Tattooing
(406) 245-0379
2323 Belknap Ave
Billings, MT
 
Eternal Ink
(406) 655-0011
111 S 24Th St W
Billings, MT
 
Eternal Ink
(406) 655-0011
111 S 24th St W Unit 14
Billings, MT
 
Art Tattoo
(406) 245-0851
16 N 35Th St
Billings, MT
 
Eagle Tattooing
(406) 245-0379
2323 Belknap Ave
Billings, MT
 
Art Tattoo
(406) 245-0851
16 N 35th St
Billings, MT
 
Body Graphics
(406) 652-6034
2309 Grand Ave
Billings, MT
 
Permanent Impressions
(406) 248-9197
711 Birch Ln Trlr 11
Billings, MT
 

Elephant tattoos

Elephant Tattoos - An Elephant Tattoo design is generally considered a symbol of good luck. In fact, elephants are often collected by people - like pigs and frogs - because in many cultures these animals are symbols of good fortune.

Elephants once ranged widely all over Africa and Asia and as such, they were familiar creatures with legendary and even mythic qualities, due probably in no small part to the awe they inspired because of their immense size and power. Elephant ivory has also always been highly valued and prized and was traded all over the known world since the most ancient of times.

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Elephants in Africa and Asia were also associated with Kings, Emperors, Pharaohs, Rajahs and Nobility, and they were used in warfare, playing the role of the first tank. When Hannibal marched his elephants through the Alps to invade Rome, his War Elephants, although not strategically important, had a tremendous psychological effect on the Roman Legionnaires they faced in battle. They must have felt they were facing monsters.

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In India, the God Ganesh , or Ganesha has the head of an Elephant and Ganesh is a prominent feature in Hindu art and temples all over Southeast Asia. Elephants in Asia are regarded with reverence, symbolizing a benign divinity and benevolence. In Asia today there are still religious ceremonies where people make offerings to elephants, wash them and anoint them with special oils and pigments, seeking their blessings and good will.

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Elephant Inspiration Gallery - Click here to get inspired! Elephant herds are always led by an adult female, and elephants often live to a great age, occasionally surpassing humans. In times of drought, the elephant herds will always remember which watering holes are the most reliable. This is where the myth that an elephant never forgets anything comes from. Elephants will come to the aide of another elephant in trouble or distress and will often refuse to leave the body of an elephant that has died for several days. Because of these traits, elep...

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