Friday, July 25, 2014
Tattoo Fonts and Tattoo Lettering for Your New Tattoo
Tattoo’s are as unique as the person who owns them. Although many tattoo’s have similar design elements, outside influences such as a Tattoo Artist’s personal style, the position of the tattoo, even the entire tattoo vision itself will have in impact on the overall result of an individual, new tattoo.
A popular design aspect is the scripting or lettering itself. Tattoos fonts are in their thousands and offers the tattoo designer a way to express themselves, accurately with words. Take the time to read the link at the bottom of the page, after choosing the font you want for your new tattoo.
AmbigramsAn Ambigram is a word that can be read forwards or backwards, it can also be a combinations of two words, intertwined into one, depending on whether it is read from left to right or right to left. Those enjoying word games, grammar or those who marvel at the written English language idiosyncrasies often get a thrill from displaying, and sometimes confusing others with their own favourite ambigram.
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Black Block LetteringHeavy, dark black lettering is often used to make a statement as well as ensuring its visually pleasing to the brain with its symmetry. This style of font makes reading the quote or statement possible from a distance as the wording stands out.
ScriptingScripting is one of those styles that has common design elements, but each and every tattoo is unique and different. A tattoo Artist can not but help add their own flair to scripting with the elegantly, flowing curving lines.
Scripting is often the font chosen for memorial tattoos, particularly those bearing a persons name. The graceful decorative flourishes add that personal touch befitting the memory of a loved or departed one.
Unusual and Modern FontsAs humans we are forever on a journey to make ourselves unique, different or appear unusual in a world where there is so much same.
Enhancing a uncommon saying with an equally unusual font, has developed a truly rare tattoo.
Cursive FontsCursive fonts are adaptations of hand writing (cursive writing),often taught in schools prior to 2005. Cursive fonts are as diverse as they are many. This style of font was often used in official documents and also within the Church writings.
Tattoo Fonts Tattoo Lettering From All Genre’sClick thumbnail to view full size
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Always Check the Grammar and the SpellingThe most valuable piece of advise I, or anyone can give you when getting a tattoo that is a quote, saying or name, is to check the spelling and grammar.