Typography Tattoos can be fun and creative, when using powerful words or sentences along with stunning fonts, they can make a strong and bold tattoo choice. Tattoos are a great way to showcase something you’re passionate about, usually words have more meaning and are more elegant than a art based tattoo – beginners usually get typography tattoos to start with.

In today’s collection we’ll be showcasing 80 Fun and Creative Typography Tattoos, some of these tattoos are small and simple while others are bigger and bolder. The font choice is one of the most important features when choosing a type based tattoo, many people find script fonts to be more elegant and sophisticated!

Personally I enjoy the more simplistic approach when it comes to a typography tattoo, I hope you enjoy these inspiring and creative tattoos!

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80 Fun and Creative Typography Tattoos

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80 Fun and Creative Typography Tattoos

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Found on fuckyeahhipstertattoos.tumblr.com

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For the die-hard Donnie Darko fan.

This one is in ITC Avant Garde.

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This typeface appears to be a variation on Shelley Script (Andante).


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A Kurt Vonnegut quote.