Inside: Creepy Beetlejuice Tattoo Designs + Ideas
Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetle — just kidding.
Ever wondered what’s it like being a mischievous poltergeist? Only Beetlejuice can know!
If you love the Beetlejuice movie, then consider getting a tattoo based on that iconic, loudmouthed poltergeist. From Barbara and Adam’s scare-the-humans faces to gothic Lydia, the terrifying sandworm, and that famous Polaroid of the ghosts with no feet, these tattoos are all fun to look at (and to get, obviously).
Regardless of what aspect of Beetlejuice’s world you choose to commemorate, few will fail to admire your own devilish delight in the afterlife. Check out our favorite Beetlejuice and Tim Burton tattoo ideas.
Why Do People Get a Beetlejuice Tattoo?
A Beetlejuice Tattoo is one of the most-searched-for designs on the Internet. People love these creepy crawly creatures and so do you. The reason being that these creatures have always been representative of bad taste, rot, and corruption. However, if you would like to show your support for nature and for good taste then a tattoo of this awesome creature is a good choice for you.
Beetlejuice Tattoo Designs
From the underworld inhabitants such as receptionist Miss Argentina, Harry the Hunter, Juno the chain-smoking caseworker, and the phantom football team, to the newly-dead Maitlands, there is truly a character for every individual style and affectionately twisted connection.
1. Beatlejuice, Beatlejuice, Beatlejuice
2. Never Trust the Living Quote Tattoo
3. Outline Beatle Juice Balloon Head
4. 90’s Beetlejuice Snake Tattoo Character Design
5. Unique Beetlejuice Portrait Tattoo
6. Colorful and Creepy Beetlejuice Ice Cream Cone Character
7. Beetlejuice Tattoo in Detailed Color
8. Attack of the Beetlejuice House
9. My Sandword Tattoo Design
Beetlejuice Portrait Tattoo Ideas
Our Beetlejuice tattoo list wouldn’t be complete without the man himself. Check out a few of our favorite portrait ideas of this creepy character.
10. Neon Glowing Beetlejuice Portrait
11. Beetlejuice Guide Tattoo
12. Black and White Forearm Portrait
13. Beetlejuice Side Profile Idea
14. Super Realistic Beetlejuice Art
15. Colorful Portrait Tattoo Design
16. Beetlejuice with Sandworm Tattoo Design Idea
17. Cartoon Portrait of Beetlejuice and Lydia
18. Black and White Shaded Portrait Tattoo Art
Beetlejuice Sandworm Tattoo
Sandworms are a type of creature that lives on Saturn. They are minor antagonists from the film. While they don’t speak, there is an interesting cartoonish reaction when they are hit. They appear to have a personality not unlike an unruly dog.
19. Black and White Linework Sandworm Design
20. Sandworm with Ghost Portrait
21. Flowers and Sandworm Tattoo Idea
22. Beetlejuice in Sandworms Mouth Tattoo
23. Sandworm with Purple Flowers Half Sleeve Tattoo
24. Unique Sandworm Tattoo Idea
25. Sandworm Coming Up From the Ground Design
26. Large Sandworm Design on Back of Arm
27. Sandworm Crawling through Green Skull
Tim Burton Tattoo Ideas
Chances are if you like any creepy, scary, spooky, or crazy movie out there then you love Tim Burton. Timothy Walter Burton is an American film director, producer, writer and artist. He is known for his gothic fantasy and horror films such as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Corpse Bride, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and Frankenweenie.
Here are a few of our favorite small Tim burton tattoos and inspiration for your next creepy ink session.
28. Unique Edward Scissorhands Tattoo
29. Large Nightmare Before Christmas Leg Tattoo
30. Crazy Detailed Sleepy Hallow Tim Burton Tattoo
31. Black and White Corpse Birde Portrait Tattoo Idea
32. Tim Burtons Beetlejuice Design
33. Frankenweenie Tattoo Idea
More Tattoo Inspiration You’ll Love
Looking for a few more creepy, crawling, and spooky tattoo ideas? We have a couple more favorite ideas that we think you will enjoy.
- Spider Tattoos – Are you a fan of spiders? Maybe it’s their unique body, sneaky characteristics, or deadly threats, but these creepy spider tattoos are packed full of crazy meaning and unique design. They have been made an icon of the creepy, scary, and, for many, the disgusting creatures of the world and are often used to emphasize the darkness of the occult and the unpleasant, but they hold so much more meaning. Check out a few of our favorite designs and all their meanings.
- Ghost Tattoos – Looking for something that can be a little tamer but still embrace that spooky vibe? Then you should check out these ghost tattoo ideas. There are many ghost tattoo ideas to choose from. You can do it as a cute tattoo, a scary one, or an artistic one. These tattoos are fantastic for both beginners and experts. You will see that you are going to love any ghost tattoo you choose!
- Nightmare Before Christmas Tattoos – If you are wanting to stick with the famous Tim Burton movies and characters then you will love this collection of Nightmare Before Christmas Tattoos. The haunted animated love story is a legendary hit, and the cast is a perfect fit for any soul’s concept of body art. As the anti-hero, Jack Skellington is a riveting choice. For an ironically romantic masterpiece, The Pumpkin King can be featured with Sally the rag doll, which is his love interest throughout the tale.
A Few Products You Should Try
Now that you have your spooky characters inked on your body, it’s important to keep them looking fresh, vibrant, and true to their creepy selves. So check out a few of our favorite tattoo aftercare products that will keep your tattoo looking as good as the day you got it.
- Bright Aftercare Lotion – This product is one of our favorite aftercare lotions. It helps soothe your skin and promote the healthy healing of your new ink. Reduce itching in your new tattoo and extend the life of color and line sharpness. Bright Tattoo Tattoo Aftercare Lotion soothes inflamed skin, reduces itchiness, and may even help your new tattoo heal quickly and evenly.
- Aquaphor – We always recommend using Aquaphor for the first two to three days of healing. It delivers the right amount of moisturization without feeling heavy or suffocating. It also minimizes peeling and flaking. Just make sure you don’t over-medicate the tattoo by applying too much ointment because it could clog the pores and create a rash that would definitely disturb the healing process.
- Dial Antibacterial Liquid Soap – I suggest using Dial or any unscented antibacterial liquid when cleaning up your freshly done body art. Refrain from using any type of cloth to cleanse the tattoo because it will exfoliate the area—which, remember, is a wound. And remember to rinse with warm-to-mild temperature water and pat the area dry with a towel. You can read more about how to take care of your new tattoo, here.