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Twisted Tattoo
(605) 651-4611
321 35th St. S
Brookings, SD
 
Body Illustrations
(605) 692-5511
128B Main Ave S
Brookings, SD
 
Bear Nasty Tattoos
(605) 722-4730
263 Evans Ln
Spearfish, SD
 
Ritual Addictions
(605) 886-7400
10 E Kemp
Watertown, SD
 
Affinity Body Art
(605) 334-1635
2005 S Minnesota Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Body Illustrations
(605) 692-5511
128b Main Ave S
Brookings, SD
 
Black Hills Tattoos
(605) 399-2929
615 1/2 Riley Ave
Rapid City, SD
 
Body Illustrations
(605) 692-5511
128b Main Ave S
Brookings, SD
 
Tombstone Tattoos
(605) 737-4337
916 Mount Rushmore Rd
Rapid City, SD
 
Permanent Addictions Tattoo
(605) 373-0123
805 S Minnesota Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 

Elf tattoos

Elf / Elves tattoo designs Elf & Elves Tattoo Designs - ELVES were the magical little people of Teutonic legend. In German mythology, the elf was a type of fairy who lived in forests, sometimes in the sea, and even in the air. From Shakespeare's Puck to Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, elves have been the staple characters for writers and fabulous manifestations in art. They are still fantasy favourites of children of all ages. Asked, "Do you believe in elves?" few today would deny their existence.

Although they were often mischief makers, elves weren't associated with darkness, as were trolls and gnomes. Elves belonged to the realm of light. Belief in the fairy realm was common throughout ancient Europe. We call them myths and legends, but they were very real to the folks of old Europe, who claimed to see them, and proclaimed them to be part of the natural order.

Elves

Even though they were not considered divine, elves were thought to be servants of gods, and were bearers of light. Some believed they were the spirits of the dead, others that they were older than humanity. They were part of the belief in nature and ancestral spirits, and were commonly associated with fertility rites. Over time, the elf became the epitome of mischievousness, as the tales of their escapades became legendary.

Today, there is still the enchantment with fairies and elves and a willingness to believe in the fairy realm. In Edwardian England, belief in fairies hit an all-time high when phot...

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