Top 20 Trendiest Tattoo Fonts That Are Your Inspiration To Beautiful Body Art

Tattoo Lovers Unite!

All fads fade, but tattoos are here to stay.

The world cannot stop gushing about the pretty bits of inks on bodacious (might not be) bods.

Some creatively expressive, some overly-dramatic and some too outlandish to speak a word for!

And, more than the message, it’s about the impression; the impression that makes a tattoo look either beautiful or bizarre. Technically, we refer to it as the font.

Just in case, you’ve a thing for tattoo, or fallen prey to the raging tattoo craze, this list, featuring the most beautiful and eye-catching tattoo fonts, can indeed help you get an awesome ink print.

To your delight, all these fonts are available online, and don’t cost you a penny.

So, let’s get started!

1. Reditum

Developed By: Måns Grebäck

  • A calligraphic font with oodles of style
  • Packed with glyphs and standard ligatures.

Reditum

Image Credit- fontspace.com

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2. Blackletter

Developed By: Dieter Steffmann

  • A remarkably dramatic font with a gothic feel.
  • Available in two alternatives – Standard and Online.

Blackletter

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3. Lina Script

Developed By: Vicky Mardian and Måns Grebäck

  • Taken at face value, a commercial font with the quirky touch of a graffiti.
  • The demo is available for free, albeit the paid version costs $59.   

Lina Script

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4. Angel Tears

Developed By: Billy Angel

  • If you have ever doodled, Angel Tears could be your potential favorite.
  • A premium handwritten impression with lots of class.
  • Over 128 characters, this font goes beyond stunning.

Angel Tears

Image Credit- slodive.com

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5. Angilla

Developed By: Måns Grebäck

  • A visually striking font, having explores calligraphy in all its rawness.
  • Widely used for banner designs, poster ads and headline making, let alone designing the fonts.

Angilla

Image Credit- dafont.com

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6. Tribal Dragon

Developed By: Jonathan Harris

  • An uppercase tattoo font with that quintessential fiery sauce.
  • A font for personal use, but can be used commercially when purchased.       

tribal dragon

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7. Original Gangsta

Developed By: Gilang Purnama

  • Do away with soft, slick tattoo fonts, as Original Gangsta is your peg of pride.   
  • A font with a hint of daredevilry.
  • Available for non-commercial use only.

Original Gangsta

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8. Death in the Shadow

Developed By: Maelle.K

  • An attractive font with uppercase letters having long, black swashes.
  • Thick in diameter, dipped in deep black color with superb readability.

Death in the Shadow

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9. Los Angeles

Developed By: Vicky Mardian

  • The badass font for those who do smashing things for the thrill they bring in.
  • A font for personal use with a commercial variant available at a price of $20.

Los Angeles

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10. Tattoo Ink

Developed By: Ryan Splint

  • A classic font that’s refreshingly retro.
  • An uppercase font with sleek lines and filled-in effects.
  • Free for commercial use.

Tattoo Ink

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11. Man Down

Developed By: Chequered Ink

  • A tribal font that’s a sheer joy to behold.
  • Characters are accentuated using bold strokes.
  • Free for personal use only.

Man Down

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12. CM Tattoo Dragon

Developed By: Christopher Means

  • A font that’s neat and readable.
  • Drawn on the inspiration from the movie poster for the US remake of the Girl.

CM Tattoo Dragon

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13. Beech

Developed By: Yuji Oshimoto

  • If mystery engulfs you, look at Beech.
  • A font that shrouds your message in a mystery – barely intelligible;
  • Exotic design, smooth corners – that’s what Beech is.

Beech

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14. Delinquente

Developed By: Måns Grebäck

  • An exquisite looking font that’s perfect for a beautiful tattoo.
  • Available for free, non-commercial use.

Delinquente

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15. Shit Happens

Developed By: Billy Argel

  • A hugely successful font on Fontspace with a download count of over a million.
  • The italics look imperial, offering an impression that surmounts your senses.
  • Available free for non-commercial use; licence available for Billy Argel’s official site.

Shit Happens

16. Fearless Script

Developed By: Chris Park

  • A rhythmical font with the finest blend of tattoo lettering and vintage signage.
  • Comprises all – uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, punctuations, vector swashes and much more.
  • Costs $25.

Fearless Script

17. Mardian Pro

Developed By: Vicky Mardian

  • A tattoo font, imbued with the nuanced art of calligraphy with a very authentic hand-inked feel.
  • Looks beautiful with absolute legibility.
  • Demo version available for personal use; commercial variant costs $32.

Mardian Pro

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18. True Love

Developed By: Davide Cariani

  • Easily, one of the best-loved tattoo fonts on the firmament.
  • Comes in two adaptations – Bold and Regular.
  • Includes uppercase characters, period and dash.

True Love

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19. AZ Vintage

Developed By: Artistic Design

  • A beautiful font with an old school charm.
  • Besides tattoos, it is a preferable pick for headlines and subheadings.

AZ Vintage

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20. Incognito

Developed By: Twicolabs Design

  • A stunning font, taking a crack at the symphony of modern and tattoo lettering just right.
  • Dubbed as the most apt choice for font typography.
  • Consists of uppercase, lowercase, numerals and punctuations.
  • Available for non-commercial use.

Incognito

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Here’s the closing!

If you know a tattoo font that’s better than all the above combined, we’re eager to know. Suggest the best tattoo fonts you know, and give your two cents on this article in the comments below.

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