The Pineapple is a delicious tropical fruit. This symbol has a great influence on fashion, architecture, and even tattoo artists. In reality, tattoo pineapple designs are very common among fruit lovers in the summer. A pineapple tattoo can also have several symbolic meanings, in addition to its new and exotic look. The pineapple symbolizes hospitality, welcome, fellowship, and abundance in the world for several centuries.
Fresh Pineapple Tattoo Designs for Tropical Vibes
The Carib symbolized the pineapple’s welcom. The Spaniards were welcomed when they put a pineapple at the entrance of a village. For European people, the pineapple has the symbol of a luxury and a true sign of wealth and prosperity. Why? Since it was a fruit that was seldom found on the European continent.
Seafaring Captains stood on top of their homes’ porch rails on their way back to the fresh pineapples (a souvenir of their long journeys to tropical ports). It was a sign of the man coming home and welcoming guests.
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Families in the United States would place a fresh pineapple at the center of the table, particularly when visitors joined the celebration, as a colorful focal point of the feast. The fruit would serve as a special dessert after the meal, and it was most symbolized by the visitor’s welcome and hospitality.
Pineapple figures symbolize the hospitality of architecture. The pineapple emblem is still very popular today as a sign of welcome on the doors or gates. Encrypted on the skin, a tattoo pineapple will convey your warmth, joy, and friendliness and emit fresh tropical vibrations.
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