Each tattoo is a reflection of some deep meaning, which has both a philosophical subtext and, perhaps, a sacred meaning. Tattoos with vampires are no exception. It's not just about creating a certain artistic image, but also about the idea that the client wants to express by applying an image to his body.
They are constantly suffering from hunger, and they can only satisfy it by drinking human blood. Vampires are weaned from the light of day, their time is night. The sun's rays leave terrible burns on the bodies of vampires and can kill. These creatures are forced to spend time in coffins or in a suspended state-like bats. Some claim that they can even transform their body into the appearance of these blood-sucking mammals. Despite the fact that their soul is cursed, vampires are not devoid of emotions and feelings for people, which leads only to another torture - once in love, the ghoul will have to watch his beloved grow old and die. There are claims that these creatures are even capable of experiencing remorse after killing a person from whom the blood was sucked.
Given the above, we can conclude that a tattoo with a vampire conveys the inner state of a person - unrequited love, or mental suffering that he cannot realize. It is known that, thanks to immortality, vampires usually have great wealth, they are very attractive and sexy-they have the so-called metrosexuality. This can also become a motive for applying such a tattoo - a kind of reflection of a person's high status in society, or his desire for status, as well as a claim to serious success in the sexual sphere.
In addition to the banal version of leading a nocturnal lifestyle, a person can express his desire for freedom with a vampire tattoo, because the day is a time of order and labor, and the night pays tribute to chaos and free will.