The
Devil, or Satan, comes in a wide variety of forms in tattoo art – with
bat-like wings and sometimes a tail, perhaps a fine gentleman in a
suit, other times with cloven hooves, the grotesque of a cathedral
column, or
even a prince, Although a horned and red-colored demon is a favorite. He
is the opposite of the divine and the counterpart of God, associated
with evil of course, but more importantly for tattoo, associated with
temptation.

He is the opposite of the divine and the counterpart of God,
associated with evil of course, but more importantly for tattoo,
associated with temptation.
His entire purpose is to deprive humans of
the grace of God by tempting them into sinful behavior and giving in to
their base desires. This particular example is also referred to as “hot
stuff” (among other names), using Satan’s residence to allude to the
attractiveness of the bearer of the tattoo  

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