Incredible Vikings TV Show Tattoos | Killer Bee Tattoo Machine Black
The historical fiction TV series that's had viewers hooked since 2013 is the brilliant 'Vikings'. Filmed across beautiful parts of Ireland, the show features around the brutal and intriguing world of the Vikings from the 8th and 9th century, and the many journeys of Ragnar Lothbrook, played by Travis Fimmel.
Vikings in general are quite a popular theme for tattoos, so you can imagine the rise in Vikings themed tattoos when ‘Vikings' the tv show first aired! It’s now in its 6th year, and we’re loving it more than ever, and we’re in awe of the amazing Vikings tv show tattoos that have surfaced. From Ragnar to Rollo, whichever character you’re a fan of, we’re sure you will enjoy marvelling over these incredible Vikings tv show tattoos!
First up, Ragnar's second son Ubbe. This realistic piece is fantastic.
Another wonderful Ragnar tattoo. Vikings tattoos always look really cool in black and grey, as it gives the tattoo a really rustic feel about it. This tattoo is perfect!
We’re loving this brilliant Floki tattoo! One of the craziest characters in the show, Floki is another interesting character who has us glued to our screens.
This is a really lovely piece done by an extremely talented artist who has captured Ragnar's likeness perfectly.
Husband and wife – Ragnar and Lagatha together. Their relationship with each other is a really beautiful one. Even once separated after Ragnar's betrayal, they still have the utmost respect and admiration for each other.
Another tattoo of the beautiful Lagatha. She is a really inspiring character in the show, and it’s great to see such a strong female role portrayed wonderfully.
At Magnum Tattoo Supplies where we stock the Killer Bee Tattoo Machine in black we’re always keen to see more Vikings themed tattoos, whether they’re based on the tv show, or even if they’re just general Viking pieces, its always great seeing this kind of subject matter and there are a whole host of artists who excel at this type of thing. If you’ve created some Viking themed tattoos then why not get in touch?
Blog and image credits:
- Antonia McLoughlin