Inside: 57 Juicy Pomegranate Tattoo Ideas + Designs.

If you are looking for tattoo ideas, you have plenty of different options to choose from. People consider tattoos for different reasons. Some people simply look for designs that they find beautiful.

Others opt for tattoos that have a great depth of meaning. Irrespective of what category you fall into, you may be considering a pomegranate tattoo.

Pomegranate tattoos are very unique, which means you do not have to worry about sporting a common tattoo that everyone has.

However, what a lot of people do not realize is that this fruit boasts a great depth of meaning. So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at these unique pomegranate tattoo ideas in greater detail, exploring the symbolism and meaning behind this sort of tattoo.

Pomegranate Tattoo Design

Why Do People Get Pomegranate Tattoos?

One thing that it is important to realize is that pomegranate tattoos can mean different things to different people. This is because this fruit has diverse significance across different religions and cultures.

It is considered a symbol of fertility and life because of the high number of seeds. However, pomegranates can also be seen as a symbol of death, blood, and also power.

In addition to this, in Persian and Greek mythology, pomegranates symbolize eternal life, beauty, and fertility.

The Ancient Greeks viewed the pomegranate as a symbol of fertility. It was regularly linked with a number of different goddesses, including Athena, Aphrodite, Persephone, and Demeter.

Pomegranate Tattoo Meaning

Pomegranate is a symbol of

  • Reunion
  • Unity
  • Prosperity
  • Harmony
  • Happiness
  • Fertility

Pomegranate Tattoo Ideas

Pomegranates are grown for their fruit, although also for ornamental purposes, much like how we choose to tattoo our bodies. In Ancient Greek mythology, the pomegranate was declared as the “fruit of the dead” which relates to Persephone, the goddess of the underworld, who happens to make a couple of appearances in these tattoos.

1. One Line Pomegranate Tattoo Design

2. Small Minimalist Pomegranate Idea

3. Pomegranates Growing on Stem Art

4. Couple of Pomegranates

5. Outlined Pomegranate with Red Seeds

6. Small Colored Pomegranate Design

7. Anatomy of a Pomegranate Fruit

8. Artistic Pomegranate Design Idea

9. Realistic Pomegranate Art with Soft Colored Leaves

10. Traditional Style Tattoo of Pomegranate

Fruit Tattoos

12. Half of a Pomegranate with Leaves

13. Moody Style Pomegranates on Stem

14. Full Pomegranate Sleeve Tattoo Idea

15. Black and White Pomegranate Botanical Design

16. Soft but Vibrant Pomegranate Stem Tattoo on Thigh

17. Hand Holding a Half-Eaten Pomegranate

18. Bright Red Half of a Pomegranate on Shoulder

19. Colorful Cross Section of a Pomegranate

20. Dotwork Pomegranate Tattoo Design

21. Pomegranate Hand Tattoo

Pomegranate Flower Tattoo Ideas

When pomegranate is in bloom, the flowers are gorgeous and colorful, the fruits are rich and rounds, the seeds are crystal clear, and the fruits are in spring and autumn. These pomegranate flower tattoos are packed full of pretty designs and fruity flower ideas.

22.  Detailed Linework Pomegranate Flower

23. Pomegranate Flower Design on Collarbone

24. Unique Pomegranate Flower Tattoo on Back

25. Super Realistic Pomegranate Art

Flower Designs

26. Half Sleeve Pomegranate Flower and Stem

27. Coloring Detail of Pomegranate Flower

28. Forearm Pomegranate Plant Tattoo

29. Black and White Pomegranate Fruit Flower

30. Traditional Ink Pomegranate Art

Persephone Pomegranate Tattoo Designs

The story that Persephone is best known for is her abduction by Hades. According to the myth, Hades had fallen in love with Persephone one day, when he saw her among the flowers in a meadow and decided that he would abduct her. Some versions of the story claim that Zeus had known about this abduction before it happened and had consented to it.

The pomegranate signifies the division of Persephone’s world into two halves – death and life, the Underworld and Earth, summer and winter and so on. In the myth, eating the pomegranate is what forces her to return to the Underworld. Thus, the pomegranate plays a significant role in Persephone’s life and, by extension, to the entire earth.

31. Splashing Pomegranate Seeds

32. Detailed Design of Pomegranate Slices

33. Juicy Pomegranate Design

34. Hand Tattoo of Pomegranate Fruit

35. Unique Yellow Pomegranate Art Idea

36. Red Ink Outlined Pomegranate Design

37. Modern Pomegranate Tattoo Art

Persephone Pomegranate Tattoo

38. Small Colored Pomegranate Fruit Idea

39. Black and White Half of a Pomegranate

40. Realistic Pomegranate on a Stem

41. Pomegranate Fruit with Fern Stem

42. Inner Bicep Pomegranates

43. Juicy Pomegranate Design

44. Bright Colored Pomegranate with Flowers

45. Pomegranate with a Knife

Pomegranate Tattoo Art

These pomegranate tattoo ideas are just a few more of our favorite designs. We love how vibrant and colorful the pomegranate can be, making the tattoo art-pop on your skin. But the great thing about this fruit is it looks just as great, detailed, and recognizable in black and white.

46. Muted Colored Pomegranate Fruit Design

47. Simple Pomegranate on Collarbone

48. Small Half Pomegranate

49. Black Pomegranate Temporary Tattoo

50. Unique Pomegranate Style

51. Couple of Pomegranate Tattoo Designs

Pomegranate Tattoo Art

52. Cut in Half Pomegranate Idea

53. Splatter Paint Effect with Pomegranate Art

54. Black and White Pomegranate with Leaves

55. Pomegranate with Seeds

56. Flowers and Fruit Tattoo Idea

57. Pomegranate with Arrow Design

More Tattoo Inspiration You’ll Love

If you like these popping pomegranate tattoo ideas then check out a few more of our favorites for inspiration.

  • Pretty Poppy Flower Tattoos – If you’re looking for another pretty but double-meaning design, then check out these poppy flower tattoo ideas. Poppies have long been cultivated in many parts of the world. Despite the fact the drugs of opium, codeine, and morphine extracted from the flower, poppies have long been used as a symbol of sleep, peace, and death. A lot of people ink red poppy tattoos simply because of the attraction of the beautiful flowers. The symbolism of this meaningful flower doesn’t end there, though. It can also be used as a symbol of imagination, messages delivered in dreams, beauty, success, luxury, extravagance, and even peace in death.
  • Watercolor Butterfly Tattoo Designs – These simple watercolor butterfly tattoo ideas are full of beauty and perfectly depicts human transformation as well, and that is why it is one of our favorite lists of tattoo ideas. The soft, color and whimsical watercolor designs elevate these butterflies to a whole new level of beauty.
  • Our Favorite Freckle Tattoo Ideas – Looking for something a little less body and more natural? Then check out these faux freckle tattoos. Cosmetic tattooing is nothing new. We have had variations like microblading and permanent eyeliner, more and more people are turning toward ink to make sure they look flawless from the moment they wake up. Keep your skin protected from the sun but still looking sun-kissed and freckled.
  • Peace Tattoo – Another one of our favorite collection of tattoo designs include these fun peace sign ideas. They are cool, unique, and perfect to add to your collection of body ink. Check out these fun and out-of-the-box designs for your next tattoo session.

Pomegranate Tattoo