Top Ten Fonts For Tattoos!
If one searches Google they will find variety of tattoo fonts available on the web but it while going through them, they will realise that many of these tattoos are so badly designed that even the kind of person who turns up in a ‘worst tattoos ever’ post would think twice before using them. So here are 10 paid and free tattoo fonts that are worth a download.
Tattoo font 1: Fearless Script
Chris Park who is best known for producing rock illustrations under the moniker of Pale Horse Designs is the creator of the font – Fearless Script. Fearless Script is an Open Type font that includes both uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals punctuation marks and vector swashes. It will cost you around $25 i.e. around £15
Tattoo font 2: Inked Script
Inked Spirit is also the tattoo font which is created by Chris Park. As compared to Fearless Script, this font is lighter and more script like. It is also an Opentype font that includes both upper and lower case letters with numerals, punctuations, alternates and vectors. It will cost you around $25 same Fearless Spirit.
Tattoo font 3: Mardian Pro
Mardian Pro is designed by Vicky Mardian who belongs to Bandung in Indonesia. She has created four commercial tattoo fonts but we will be talking about the one that bears her name. It is available in both Open and True Type fonts. It will cost you around £32.99 and one can also download a full demo for personal use.
Tattoo font 4: True Love
The designer of the True Love font is an Italian web designer Davide Cariani. True Love contains a limited set of uppercase and lower case alphabets and is described as a ‘typography experiment’. True Love has two weights i.e. Bold and Regular. The best part- it is free of cost!! So one can definitely try it.
Tattoo font 5: Sailors Tattoo Pro
Sailors Tattoo Pro is designed Otto Maurer. It is an open type font containing 5 weights and 6 element fonts that can be quickly combined with black line work and you can also change the color of the fills or gradient for the effects. It gives one an option to customize it according to their needs and costs you around £60.99.
Tattoo font 6: Fette Fraktur
If someone likes some big Gothic-style lettering then Fette Fraktur is the best choice for him. It looks nearly like parody level of ‘Gothicness’ so it shouldn’t be used small so that it is clearly visible but if you want to go with a single word or two you can go with this one. It is a contrast between thick and thin strokes. It is an open type font and will cost you around £30.
Tattoo font 7: Angilla Tattoo
Angilla Tattoo ia True Type font and is favorite among those who want a flavor of bikers cultures rather than the full Harley Davidson. It is so clear that one can even be able to read a sentence or two without even needing a eye break. This font includes both upper and lower case letters. It costs around £32.99 although one can also download it for free for personal use.
Tattoo font 8: Bleeding Cowboys
Bleeding Cowboys doesn’t need any introduction as this font is most potential of all the above featured above. This tattoo will look like as it was created by a 14 year old but if used with some thought and subtlety it can give a nice burned in effect. Although Bleeding Cowboys is free for personal use but if one wants to use it commercially you need to contact the font’s designer.
Tattoo font 9: True Man Tattoos
True Man Tattoos is again a free tattoo font that should be used carefully and sparingly. This can be used to add few quick tattoo symbols to add to a project. The font is free for personal use but if one wants to use it commercially you need to contact the font’s designer.
Tattoo font 10: Hustlers
Hustlers is not typically a tattoo font but a tattoo shop font. It includes both upper and lower case alphabets; single set of numbers and has two versions i.e. rough and smooth. It was a carnival, circus and tattoo sign shop from late 1800s as told by its makers at Decade Type Foundry. It costs you around $30 i.e. around £17.