Temporary Tattoo Blog

Nov 17 by

15 Best Tattoos for Smaller Fonts

Tattoos! Tatoos! Tattoos! How many times did I mention the word tattoo? Huuhh…. It is surprising how millions of people have continued to seek for well written tattoos. A while back, having a tattoo was seen as being evil. But this is not the case anymore. Why? Because the creators are making them have not only have uniqueness but also style. And talking about style, we feature the tattoo fonts.

How about seeking for something, which is friendly and worth engraving onto your skin?  And by the way did you know that the letters used on any tattoo express what is going through someone’s mind? Yes. Thus isn’t it not important to give a careful consideration of the size of the fonts especially for smaller tattoos? Well, let’s examine how small they can or should be:

1. Behind the ear Tattoo

First things first! Unlike what many people are made to think that a tattoo behind the ear hurts, it does not. And again, it is most suited for a majority who fear having the needle go through ones skin.

Small tattoos behind the ear

2. Finger Tattoo

Is it realistic to have a tattoo on the finger? Ooooh Yes it is! And you know what? It is classic especially the White tattoo, which more often than not goes unnoticeable.  But remember you must be tolerant enough to endure the pain, which comes with it.

Small font tattoo on fingerq

3. Back of the neck tattoo

The back of your neck can accommodate both letters and to some extent drawings. But remember drawing could have a tones of details but with zero shading. And the hardest part is precise.

Font tattoo back of the neck

4. Hand Tattoo

The catch in having small tattoo is having them simple. And apparently, in as much as the finger tattoo are becoming very popular, not like the hand tattoo.

font tattoos on hands

5. Back Tattoo

Mmh…Lets all agree that a tattoo is meant to be seen. But you realize the back tattoo will not have the exposure unless one is naked. However, the magic in it is the intimacy and romantic feel it brings along.

Font tattoo on the back

6. Wrist Tattoo

We are talking about having accommodative wrist designs. And you know what, a lot of people will have matching tattoos, which are also becoming a favorite to many.

Wrist font tattoo

 7. Arm Tattoo

It is easily noticeable. And particularly among the celebrities. And apparently, having a tattoo for a celeb is like embracing an influencer.

Arm font tattoo

8. Ankle Tattoo

This is very visible..Huuh.. And it is equally tiny. On the other hand it is a common icon on women.

Ankle small font tattoos

9. A small mountain tattoo

What is the first thing we learn about mountains? Of course it is all about their resilience, majesty and the greatness in them. So would we be wrong to if we say this tattoo symbolizes a spirit of never giving up?Tattoo of a mountain

 10. Small pine tree tattoo

What crosses your mind when the word tree is mentioned? Is it not about life given that it brings seeds, which facilitate continued development? Meaning it would be right to associate a small pine tree tattoo with growth and experiences.

Small pine tree tattoo

11. Tattoo Lettering Quote

Hey….This is so trendy in the recent days and especially among men. Nonetheless, it can also be spotted on women’s bodies. And you know what, it is said to be great. Thanks to the combination of its smaller patterns and fonts.

Tatttoo quote lettering

 12. Small Dream Catcher

It symbolizes protection. And it also has a representation of protection. Thus it can be said to be in in charge of bad energy.

A dream catcher tattoo

 13. Thigh Tattoo

A thigh is somewhat a place of one’s body which is not always exposed. But you know what, a majority of people find it an ideal place to have their tattoo. Well, it is equally unique.

Thigh Tattoo

14. Elbow tattoo

This is put on someone’s elbow. It’s pretty, it’s unique and it’s a way of exploring. Isn’t not a peculiar place to have a mark?

Mini elbow tattoo


15. Small shoulder blade tattoos

This is done on the shoulder. And it is as tiny as any other. Nonetheless, it is strongly recommended to ensure that you really want to explore having a fixated tattoo location.

Schoulder blade tattoo

All said and done the beauty of tattoos is not only on the design but also being at an interesting spot.

CU next time!


Oct 17 by

Temporary tattoos for art-lovers: Art Tats


Who’s never wanted to sport a work of art on their body? Still, it’s hard to take that leap and get a real tattoo of a work of art, which is why temporary tattoos are the perfect solution.

Starting a few months ago, you can now find Art Tats on the Tattoo for a week website.

Art Tats are a selection of reproductions of works by great artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Edvard Munch, Vincent Van Gogh and even more contemporary ones such as the enigmatic Banksy.

Art fans will love them because they can now showcase their favorite works of art on their own skin. There’s really something for everyone, from Banksy’s tiny Panda With Guns, to Gustav Klimt’s more colorful The Kiss. You’ll find them in different sizes and colors or in black and white.

You can wear these tats every day or just for one night…



They can also be used as artistic makeup or to accessorize as part of a costume, like this wall-themed makeup fully dedicated to the urban art of Banksy.

banksy banksy3

They are very high-quality and are easy to apply, like any other temporary tattoo. You’ll make a splash for sure!

You can even try them out so you’ll be sure to choose the right position for your future tattoo!


In short, if you love art and you want to show it, be sure to check out these Art Tats.

* all makeup by Jenni from the blog  ”Jenni dans tous ses états“.

Apr 17 by

25 Tattoos Inspired by The World’s Most Famous Works of Art

25 Tattoos Inspired by The World’s Most Famous Works of Art

If there’s one good thing about having a tattoo done in the likeness of a famous work of art, it’s that no one can ever make fun of it. It’s not your own design, or even your tattooist’s, but that of a world-renowned artist that scholars celebrate on a daily basis.

When you hear the phrase “famous works of art,” there are surprisingly few paintings and sculptures that immediately come to mind (art historians aside). Van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam, and Klimt’s golden portraits are among the handful of artworks that get the majority of attention when it comes to ink time. As for tattoos inspired by well known works of art, there really isn’t as diverse of a selection as you would assume. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t out there.

We’ve searched high and low to put together a list of the best art-inspired tattoo designs for your viewing pleasure. Don’t forget to save and share your favorites!

From Van Gogh’s The Starry Night.

Van Gogh The Starry Night inspired tattoo(Source)

From Frida Kahlo.

Frida Kahlo tattoo by Mowgli(Source)

From Edvard Munch’s The Scream.

Edvard Munch's The Scream by Eva Krbdk(Source)

From Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.

The Mona Lisa by Sanghyuk Ko(Source)

From Salvador Dali.

Salvador Dali clock tattoo by Austin Liebst(Source)

From Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam.

Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam by Eva Krbdk(Source)

From Banksy’s Girl With a Balloon.

Banksy's Girl With a Balloon by Melany Ariza(Source)

From Kadinsky.

Kadinsky inspired tattoo by Kapala Tattoo(Source)

From Salvador Dali.

Salvador Dali inspired tattoo by Ksu Arrow(Source)

From Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss.

Gustav Klimt's The Kiss by Aisha Hadejia(Source)

From Andy Warhol.

Warhol's banana by Diego Alvarez(Source)

From Mark Rothko.

Rothko tattoo by Ivy Saruzi(Source)

From Vincent Van Gogh.

Vincent Van Gogh tattoo by Ksu Arrow(Source)

From Pablo Picasso.

Pablo Picasso inspired tattoo by Jose Palacios(Source)

From Gustav Klimt’s Mother and Child.

Gustav Klimt's Mother and Child by Deborah Genchi(Source)

From Banksy.

Banksy Throwing up Hearts by Joseph Gutshall(Source)

From Picasso’s Guernica.

Picasso's Guernica tattoo by Melek Tastekin(Source)

From Klimt’s Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I.

Klimt's Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I by Emily Kay(Source)

From Van Gogh’s The Starry Night.

Van Gogh's The Starry Night by Eva Krbdk(Source)

From Monet’s Water Lilies.

Inspired by Monet's Water Lilies(Source)

From Michelangelo’s famous fresco.

Creation of Adam tattoo by Carin Silver(Source)

From Picasso’s The Dream.

From Pablo Picasso's The Dream by Gillian Marie(Source)

From Salvador Dali.

Salvador Dali inspired tattoo by Eva Krbdk(Source)

From Banksy’s Rage, Flower Thrower.

Banksy's Rage, Flower Thrower by Hudini(Source)

From Klimt’s The Kiss.

Klimt's The Kiss by Eva Krbdk(Source)