Tattoo Script Fonts for Script Tattoos

Script tattoos are an eye-catching way to make your ink stand out.  Short phrases, dates, names, and powerful words are examples.  They will last a lifetime.

As with every tattoo, there are several things to consider before getting your first,  Especially if you plan on getting multiple designs done down the line.

Bodega Script

Script Tattoos are one of the most sought-after types of tattooing.  They provide plenty of ways to express yourself through ink.  But when selecting your font for script tattoos, ensure it reads clearly on your skin.

Bodega Script is a traditional and elegant script tattoo font.  Headings, signatures, wedding invites, logos, t-shirts, letterheads, signage, product packaging, labels, news, and posters can be used.  The list is endless!

With full letters, numerals, and alternate characters, this typeface has a vintage look—and additional swash set.  Over 430 glyphs provide you with attractive Tattoo design alternatives.


Script tattoo typefaces have exploded in popularity, especially among young people.  They offer an expressive and authentic way to showcase yourself visually.  I am making them the ideal choice for Tattoos.

Hiydia Script is a delicate calligraphic script for names and numbers.  This font looks best in lowercase.  Tattooing with this font requires more skill than other cursive fonts.  Consult an experienced artist before using it.

Leander is a serif typeface suitable for almost any script Tattoo design, such as lyrics, quotes, or blocks of text.  It can be bolded for added impact or left unbolded for an understated yet sophisticated appearance.


Leander Script is an upbeat typeface designed by Austrian typographer Viktor Solt-Bittner.  It’s sure to earn you some design points.  To name a few!

It would have made a great tattoo font, but it’s not widely available.  So if you’re thinking about getting a script, select your favorites carefully.  So if you bring a sample with you when attending your session!  You won’t regret it, and you’ll save money on your new piece of ink!  Until next time: Happy tattooing from Nate Webb at Wilde Blume Tattoo (@wildeblumetattoo).

Sans Serif

Sans fonts lack serifs, hence the name.  As such, it has become a go-to choice for branding designs.  It has more contemporary and sophisticated.

This font type is ideal for creating logos, brand identity designs, and more.  It also looks great on social media posts, posters, and brochures.

Hiydia is a feminine calligraphic font for script Tattoos with little text or digits.  It should be used for something other than large designs.

This handwritten display font will give any design an eye-catching and creative look!  With bold stroke characters and ligatures, It supports over 100 languages in OTF and TTF formats.