50 Traditional Viking Tattoos Designs and Ideas (2017)

Viking tattoos are popular because Viking left a mark on the history. Both men and women love to have Viking tattoo on their body. Viking traveled half of the world in 8,9, 10 and 11 century. They conquered most of the Europe and eastern countries. Here are 50 amazing Viking tattoos designs and ideas –

Viking Tattoos and Meanings

1. Viking used to speak old Norse language so it would be good if you can add up a Norse text in your Viking tattoo.
viking tattoos


2. Viking Sleeve tattoos are very popular but only few people suggest a Viking girl tattoo on sleeves. I recommend such Viking inspired tattoo.
viking forearm tattoos


3. Among various Viking helmet designs one popular was inspired from crow or raven. You can have a Viking helmet tattoo.
traditional viking tattoos


4. Have you seen the Vikings TV series on History channel? Here is a calf tattoos inspired from the Vikings TV series.
viking inspired tattoos


5. Unlike Chinese mythology, Viking never believed in Dragons. So it would be a killer tattoo if you add a Viking warrior with a dragon.
viking tattoos meaning


6. Viking God tattoos are common. Loki is among the favorites for such tattoo designs.
viking runes tattoos


7. Most Viking warriors were well built and even in their 60s they looked fearsome and raged. Here is an amazing Viking portrait tattoo.
viking warriors tattoos


8. Only a good tattoo artist can distinguish between a Viking god and Viking warrior. Here is a Viking god tattoo on hand with blue eyes.
viking tattoos sleeves


9. Viking tattoos should be meant to just look cool. In fact they should represent the fearful nature of a Viking warrior as shown in this tattoo picture.
viking head tattoos


10. As Viking were always on war so it was obvious that they lose someone near and dear in every war. You can have a sad Viking warrior tattoo on your chest.
viking facial tattoos