25 Stylish Cursive Fonts

Cursive from Latin curro, currere, cucurri, cursum, to run, hasten is any style of handwriting that is designed for writing notes and letters quickly by hand. It is much easier to write in cursive versus traditional writing styles. That is because cursive writing is much more fluid, allowing you to breeze through the whole hand-writing process. All of the lines just simply flow together, so you rarely have to bring the pen up from paper. Also, cursive font looks much more elegant and stylish than regular font.

In the Arabic, Latin, and Cyrillic writing systems, the letters in a word are connected, making a word one single complex stroke.The origin of the cursive style is associated with practical advantages (writing speed, sparse pen lifting avoids ink smudges with the quill) and the individuality of the provenance of a document, as opposed to machine font.(Source Wikipedia)

Today we are showcasing handpicked elegant cursive fonts that you can use to give a more personalized approach to any tattoo project that you my have. So start learning the strokes, as they say, with these cursive fonts. If you find a style that you really like, you can take it to your tattoo artist and show him the style you want.

League Script

League Script

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Jellyka Saint-Andrew’s Queen

Jellyka Saint-Andrew's Queen

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Voodoo Script font

Voodoo Script font

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Dirty and Classic font

Dirty and Classic font

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Old Script

Old Script

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The Dreamer font

The Dreamer font

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Precious font

Precious font

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Channel font

Channel font

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Champignon

Champignon

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Pea Missy Cursive

Pea Missy Cursive

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Dobkin Font

Dobkin Font

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Airplanes in the Night Sky

Airplanes in the Night Sky

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Cursive

Cursive

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Black Jack

Black Jack

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen

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Monster Paparazzi

Monster Paparazzi

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Chopin Script

Chopin Script

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Windsong

Windsong

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Hand Cursive

Hand Cursive

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Hand Cursive

Hand Cursive

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Billy Argel Font

Billy Argel Font

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Cross Stitch Cursive

Cross Stitch Cursive

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Jenna Sue font

Jenna Sue font

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Electra Cursive OSF Package

Electra™ Cursive OSF Package

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Some Weatz font

Some Weatz font

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Above you will find a ton of different cursive fonts that you can take to your local tattoo parlor with you when you decide you want to get a tattoo with some wording associated with it. Print out a sample and take that to your tattoo artist, so they know exactly what you’re looking for. Alternatively, you could write down the font name and they will likely be able to locate the style for you. That way, you will get the exact font you’re looking for.

If you like this article, you might be interested in some of our older articles on Tattoo FontsCool FontsTypography Trends, and Professional Fonts For 2011.

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  • Lidiane

    I loved all the fonts.

  • http://www.thetdesigner.com Anonymous

    These are some really cool fonts. We print custom apparel and the search is endless when trying to find a font that a customer used to create their own design on their computer. They can never remember which font they used so it is up to us to figure it out. All in a days work!

  • YingHui

    Hey, any nice fonts to intro for my blogshop? :)

  • http://ameba.net Christina

    i can never to prepared i love cursive!!! :D

  • http://ameba.net Christina

    cursive ROCKS!!!!!!!!۞۞۞۞۞۞

  • Manuel Garcia

    Such great collection. I do really love fonts especially different shapes and themes.

  • Hork

    Challenge: Water Fonts! :-)

  • Jai

    The best and the most stylish fonts here for me is the Dirty and Classic font. Very nice font. Great share!

  • http://www.techmartial.com tmiller

    Very nice collections and can be used for logo text.

  • http://www.satyathakur.com Satya Thakur

    Love the list! Just used one of the fonts on my current project.

  • Prabha

    Dirty and Classic font is a very cool and awesome looking cursive font and i am going to download this font.

  • https://www.facebook.com/nikhil.sharma.982845 Nikhil Sharma

    In this entire collection, I just know a couple of fonts. Really incredible collection.

  • Tarun Jaitely

    League Spirit font is looking nice. Thanks for sharing it.

  • Observer360

    For any font claiming to simulate cursive, look at connected double o and double a. Connected ‘o’s should connect at the top, but certainly never at the bottom, to avoid being mistaken for ‘a’s. Of the fonts shown on this web page, many look like they were developed by designers who don’t actually write n cursive, so would be chosen by people who also don’t write cursive because they don’t know what to avoid. By definition, cursive connects letters. Many of these don’t. Style over substance.