In Roman mythology, Cupid (Latin cupido) is the god of erotic love. He is equated with the Greek god Eros, and another one of his Latin names Amor (cognate with Kama). In popular culture Cupid is frequently shown shooting his bow to inspire romantic love, often as an icon of Valentine’s Day
A cherub or cherubim, are angels depicted asÂ infantsÂ or young children, most often boys. Historically, winged figures with a human form pre-date even the bible, going back to Assyrian myths and legends. The winged figures were often sent as messengers or guides. In Hebrew cherubim were supernatural entities mentioned several times in theÂ Old TestamentÂ and the Torah.
The concept of cherubs as “baby” angels does not emerge in Western art until the lateRenaissanceÂ in Italy. Such figures were known as “putti”.
Cupid is a holiday character and symbol usually representingValentines DayÂ and the emotion of love. Cupid is based on the god of Roman mythology of the same name, but has undergone many changes. Cupid in this usage is not tied to any religion and is not generally considered to be a god. Cupid is often used in modern tattoos to commemorate your true love. Cupid tattoo done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila, Philippines.