Cursive Tattoo Fonts


By Jamie on 22 August 2022

Resources > Typography


Tattoos are incredibly popular all over the world. Whether it’s massive ones that cover most of your body, or small delicate ones, it’s hard to go out without seeing at least one person with a tattoo on display! But what about you? Are you a seasoned ink veteran or a newbie looking for the perfect style for your first tattoo? Either way, we have some perfect tattoo fonts just for you. It can be overwhelming to choose the right font for a tattoo, so it’s good to be able to browse around before making a decision.

We have a large selection of cursive tattoo fonts to choose from, so you are almost guaranteed to find something you like. From bold and in-your-face fonts to more subdued and elegant ones. So have a look and enjoy, and start planning your next tattoo today! Who knows, you may even find your new favorite tattoo font!


1. Amanda

Created by Marwah Store, Amanda is a modern calligraphy typeface. This font is available in both upper and lowercase making it a perfect font for posters and signs as well as cards and invitations. This typeface is elegant and classy and its curly letter trail-offs give off a sophisticated feel. On top of having both upper and lowercase lettering, this font also has a plethora of symbols and letters from various other languages such as German and Swedish. This makes it a very versatile font as it can be used to create pieces in a variety of different languages.

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2. Cattalina

Cattalina is a calligraphy-style font created by Good Java Studio. It’s a classy and sophisticated typeface with beautiful wavy lines which create a wonderful flow to the text. With uppercase and lowercase lettering, symbols, and even letters from other languages, this font is very versatile. It can be used for everything, from invitations to business cards and even tattoos. This font is a popular tattoo choice for people wanting a meaningful message to be tattooed onto an arm, leg, or chest. The gentle flow of this typeface makes it stand out nicely without being too in your face! It’s a popular choice for regular artists as well as tattoo artists.

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3. Rainbow Dreams

Rainbow Dreams was created by Typhoon Type – Suthi Srisopha, this cursive tattoo font is a signature style typeface. It falls into the calligraphy category. Its design is very smooth and it has a lovely flow throughout the font making it a great choice for a tattoo font. This typeface has uppercase and lowercase lettering, numbers and symbols, and even letters from other languages such as Spanish and German. This font looks fantastic as a part of a tattoo design as the flow of the letters is elegant and easy to read, this makes it ideal for meaningful message tattoos. It’s also great for invitations, cards, and various other things too.

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4. Autogate

Autogate is a bold typeface designed by author Letterhend Studio. This calligraphy typeface is similar to font styles used in old movies back in the 1930s and 1940s. It is a fairly dominant font and it looks great as a part of a tattoo design. It’s very clear and smooth, this font has uppercase and lowercase lettering, numbers, and a handful of symbols. The font itself gives off a motorcycle club vibe. It’s an in-your-face style but it’s not too aggressive either, so it has a balance between harsh and soft which works very well, making it a versatile font that’s good for people of all sexes and ages.

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5. Eusthalia Clean

Eusthalia Clean is a font designed by Ydhra Studio. This clean calligraphy style is fairly similar to the font used by coca cola. It is easy to read whilst also really leaning into the swirly and connected writing. This typeface comes in uppercase and lowercase lettering and it has numbers too. This font is ideal for logos, cards, and even tattoos. You would have probably seen fonts like this in your local tattoo parlour as it’s a popular style for those looking to have a phrase or meaningful message tattooed onto an arm or a leg. Some even use this font as a part of a much larger tattoo design.

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6. Bailey

This typeface was created by author NanaNissa. It’s a modern calligraphy typeface with a curly and wavy style, similar to that of a signature. This typeface has uppercase and lowercase lettering, loads of symbols, numbers, and a host of lettering from various other languages. Bailey is great for invitations, cards, tattoos, and more. This cursive tattoo font looks great as a part of a larger tattoo design as well as a stand-alone piece. The trailing lines and clear lettering make it a very popular typeface and one that you have most likely seen in a window of a tattoo parlour.

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7. Orlande

Orlande is a calligraphy typeface created by Bangkit Try Setiadi. It’s a font that’s frequently used for creating awesome and unique brand logo designs. This font has uppercase and lowercase letters as well as numbers and a plethora of different symbols. This font isn’t just great for logos. It looks good as a part of a tattoo as well. The spiral design and the joined-up lettering look great as part of a tattoo design. It’s a very popular font among the skating community too with many skaters having this writing style on their boards and other skating equipment.

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8. Bernadette

This typeface was designed by StereoType. Bernadette is a calligraphy typeface in the style of a handwritten cursive signature. It is a very popular choice for wedding invitations as its handwritten style offers a level of class that a lot of fonts simply don’t have. Bernadette has uppercase and lowercase lettering, numbers, symbols, and letters from different languages, making it quite a versatile font. It would also look great as a tattoo font choice as it is very easy to read and eye-catching too. Bernadette is a great font for making meaningful tattoo phrases that little bit more meaningful.

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9. Askana

Askana is a typeface created by author Agni Ardi Rein Prasetyo. It is a bold calligraphy font with joined-up lettering. It’s a handwritten typeface and it comes with uppercase and lowercase lettering, numbers, symbols, and a whole slew of lettering from various global languages. This font is a great choice for a cursive tattoo font. Whether it’s as a part of a larger design or as a stand-alone tattoo. This font also looks great on party invitations, cards, and more. What sets this font apart from others out there is the fact that it’s all in bold, this ensures that no matter where you use this font, it’s going to stand out!

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10. Cream Candy

Cream Candy is a modern script calligraphy font. Created by EF Studio, this font comes with uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and various letters from languages like Swedish and French. The long flow of the letters and the joining of each letter looks great on invitations, cards, and tattoos. You may have seen fonts similar to this in various tattoo parlors, it’s a popular font choice for tattoos that have a lot of sentimental meaning behind them as the font is warm and sophisticated. Whatever you decide to use this font for it’s bound to stand out as it is a very crisp and clear font, with easy-to-read lettering and a lovely flow throughout.

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11. Cream Cake

Created by EF Studio Cream Cake is a bold calligraphy style typeface. This font has uppercase and lowercase lettering, numbers, and a large number of letters in various languages such as German and Danish. This font style has a smooth flow to it as its cursive style works seamlessly. This font looks great with almost any project you can think of. From invitations to work, and even tattoos. This font makes for an excellent tattoo option as it’s easy to read, and bold, and the trailing letters create a very sophisticated feel to it. You may have even seen styles similar to this in your local tattoo parlour.

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12. Signatra

As the name might suggest, Signatra is a font in the style of a handwritten signature. This calligraphy style typeface was created by Twicolabs Fontdation. It has upper and lowercase lettering as well as numbers and a plethora of symbols to choose from. This cursive tattoo font would look great as a stand-alone tattoo design, or as a feature on a much bigger piece. Not only is this font great for tattoos, but it’s also great at making various invitations and letters stand out due to its bold and cursive style. This timeless typeface will look great on almost anything you can think of!

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13. Millenia

This is a font that bears quite a large resemblance to the old comic writing style. Created by author Billy Argel, this font has uppercase and lowercase lettering, letters from various languages, and a unique numbering system. The curly bold letters are very smooth and flow together in a natural and visually pleasing way. This typeface is great for cards, article writing, and tattoos. This font would look great as a tattoo on an arm or a leg. It’s cursive and bold and extremely easy to read. Whether it is going to be a part of a large design or a tattoo consisting of the font alone it is a great font choice for a tattoo.

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14. Angilla Tattoo

The clue is in the name of this one! Angilla Tattoo was created by Mans Greback, this script typeface is exactly what you would think of when looking for a classic tattoo font. This font has uppercase and lowercase lettering, letters and symbols from other languages, and various symbols that you wouldn’t find anywhere else. This self-underlining font would look fantastic as a part of a sleeve tattoo as it is easy to read and it stands out too. The cursive letters have a pleasing flow to them and each word merges in a tidy and legible way. Definitely a great choice for a tattoo font!

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15. Brother Tattoo

Brother Tattoo is a font that was created by Mans Greback. This font is very similar to what you may call a biker’s font. The stray lines and the cursive style make this the perfect choice for a cursive tattoo font. Whether it’s going to be used in combination with various shapes and images or just the font alone, this typeface makes for an excellent tattoo. This font comes with uppercase and lowercase lettering, numbers, symbols, and a whole slew of letters from various languages like Spanish and Danish. Not only is this font good for tattoos, but it’s good for various other things too. Invitations, cards, art projects, you name it!

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16. Starella Tattoo

Starella Tattoo was created by author Mans Greback. This font contains uppercase and lowercase lettering, letters from a wide range of different languages, symbols, and its own form of the numbering system. This calligraphy style font has curly lines that trail through and around each letter creating the impression that each letter is holding on to the next one. This font looks great on cards, posters, and you guessed it, tattoos! This tattoo font style is a popular choice as it is a typeface that stands out whilst not being too brash. It’s bold and easy to read and it would look great as a part of a large tattoo and as a stand-alone piece too, making it a very versatile choice as a tattoo font.

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17. Quincho Script

Made by Mans Greback, Quincho Script is a calligraphy-style font with a bold appearance. Quincho Script has upper and lower case lettering, a wide selection of symbols to choose from, and letters from a variety of different languages including Swedish and French. This font style works great on posters, cards, and other personal projects. It also works really well as a tattoo font. With curly lettering and a cursive style, this font would look great as part of an arm or chest tattoo. It’s very easy to read, bold, and elegant, what’s not to love? It’s definitely a font to be remembered.

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