One of the most common tattoos in the world, Viking tattoos have been a hot favorite with many celebrities. Anyone who has read the Celtic history knows that Vikings were the real heroes who wore tattoos. A Viking design depicts strength, courage, loyalty, pride and heroism.
The Vikings left few written records behind them but their surviving artwork shows they had many important designs and symbols, which are used as tattoos in the present times of fashion. The original meaning of most Viking symbols are a mystery that has not been solved even with passage of hundreds of years since their origin.
Cool Viking Tattoo
A must have for men, this tattoo depicts a Viking, who is determined to take revenge from all his enemies.
Viking Dot Style
The symbol of courage and bravery, this was the Vikings fighting gear that showed his belief in himself.
Viking Hero Tattoos
The heroic Viking face shows courage and zero tolerance of anything wrong, a must have for all no-nonsense people.
A care-free Viking who is ignorant of the surroundings but the real hero will not take any nonsense.
Viking Tattoo Ray
The original Viking tattoo, this one is a classic depiction of strength and bravery.
Realistic Viking Tattoo
The tattoo looks as real as a human and shows a handsome and strong Viking daring you to show your courage.
Hand Viking Tattoo
A lady Viking is the ideal design for a tattoo for all the women who want to fight it out in the male-dominated world.
Another symbol that depicts a man ready to fight it out for justice and freedom.
A simple Viking face on the hand is the ideal example of courageous deeds and thoughts.
An angry Viking warrior bearing a ‘do not mess with me’ look, showing a tough attitude.
A sitting Viking giving up or surrendering to a particular situation in life.
A tattoo representing the magical powers associated with the Celtic period when a real man was supposed to fight it out.
A tattoo for true winners as a Berzerker Viking fighting art was the deadliest in which you learn how to defeat anyone, anytime and anywhere.
Viking Warrior Tattoo
This one is for the real fighters who do not give up come what may.
An angry Viking warrior was considered the most dangerous person as he would never relent until the enemy was finished.
An ideal symbol for surrendering to the power of the enemy and giving up.
Do not mistake an old Viking to be weak, this design depicts the spirit of never giving up your courage.
A symbol of bravery as a Viking helmet was only awarded to a true hero in those times.
An angry Viking will not spare any evil or wrongdoing and was the deadliest person to fight with.
A quality set of Viking designs from the master of black and grey realistic tattooing.
Odin And Thor
The Viking gods of wisdom and hard work, these two combined is the perfect example of hard work and success.abc
The UK’s oldest and largest Dark Age re-enactment society, these vikings were known to be a dangerous lot.
Viking After Me
A Viking in a light mood would take anything but hated cowards and liars.
Viking Celtic Tattoo
The real warrior, Viking Celtic tattoos were worn only by the courageous in the olden days.
Do not mistake the small size, the Viking is as courageous and dangerous as a real hero.
The real man look, a shaved Viking feared none and this tattoo is the true depiction of the masculine man.
The look on the Viking‘s face depicts a wait for the real fight and ambition in life.
Thor Viking Tattoo
Thor was the Viking god of thunder and lightning and so this tattoo depicts the superpower.
A Viking skull is the true depiction of life after death and ghosts in real life.
Leg Viking Tattoo
The Viking tattoo in the leg is an impressive symbol and a great fashion trend for girls.