Tattoo fonts can be used to preview and decide your text-based tattoos. Pure text tattoos become more and more trendy these days since more and more people choose words, names, short quotes and meaningful sayings to express themselves through their tattoos.
If you have already decided what to tattoo on your body, the next important thing to consider is what kind of lettering you would like to apply on your tattoo. Nobody would like their tattoo looks dull and unattractive. So you should do some research and choose your tattoo font or a tattoo lettering style that will give more color and personality to your tattoo. The most popular fonts for tattoos are script fonts. Script fonts usually look personal and unique, such as calligraphy and handwriting. Old English fonts are also used a lot in tattoo designs since they have a distinguished look and evoke some medieval meanings. Other popular fonts used in tattoos include: Celtic fonts, graffiti fonts, blade fonts etc.
No matter what fonts you want, luckily, there are always a lot of resources for you to download free fonts for your tattoo designs. Sometimes you may have a look at those commercial fonts even if you are not going to buy it. One tattoo themed font we like is Tattoo Girl designed by Otto Maurer as shown in the image above.
If you do not like any font, you can always ask the experienced tattoo artist to do freestyle for you, which is a personal design by tattoo artists. But it is not a bad idea to first check out what your tattoos will look like in so many amazing lettering styles through our handpicked tattoo fonts. If you are not satisfied with our tattoo fonts below, feel free to check out our other fonts. We suggest you generate at least three different designs for your tattoos, then take them to your tattoo artists and discuss with them which one would fit best.
Create text-based logos or images with Tattoo Fonts
Below is a collection of tattoo fonts. The following tool will convert your desired text into images using tattoo fonts. Simply enter your text, and then select your desired color and size and hit "GENERATE" button. You can save your image by right-clicking on the image, or get codes to embed your images on the web by clicking on the "EMBED" button.