The Greatest Elvish Tattoo Collection EVER

One year ago, we had the Ultimate Elvish Tattoo Collection which was a big hit and many many people came into contact with the truth about elvish tattoos and the major mistakes involving them (invisible to the lay eye). Now it’s time to update this Quenya101 collection, but let’s forget about the bad examples for a while and focus on the nice stuff, the well done tattoos, the ones who deserve our praise not only because they look cool on the skin but because they respected what Tolkien left to us.

Below you’ll have the finest examples one can get. It may not be news for most of Quenya101 followers, but as new people are always joining our ranks, it’s cool to have them all in one spot. So, BEHOLD…the greatest elvish tattoo collection ever:

I’d like to thank every single one who shared with us their tattoos ( The OneThe One In Female FormThe One With The LightThe One With The ForceThe One With The BirdiesThe One With The TimeThe One With Things To Be SeenThe One With AinulindalëThe One Who Loves Her Sister & The One Who Wanders In Brazil ).

This post will always be updated whenever new jewels join the club. Stay tuned and never forget the golden rule:

Do NOT tattoo something you cannot read!

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Q101Tight

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Filed under Art, Elvish, Quenya, Tattoo, Tengwar

7 responses to “The Greatest Elvish Tattoo Collection EVER

  1. Karen

    Hi, thanks for all the wonderful sharing on this beautiful site of yours. I’m very new to this – pardon my ignorance but I would like to know if you have translations in Sindarin, or are they the same thing?

    Thanks for your time and sharing!

    • No, I don’t, Karen. My expertise lies only with Quenya. They are very different languages (though related) with different grammar rules and syntax. Quenya & Sindarin can be called “cousins”, you know….they’re related but very different.

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  3. You can add mine if you’d like🙂

  4. Translations would be nice for us “illiterates” out here… They do look nice though. It’s a very elegant looking language.

    • But translations are here!

      Each person who got those tattoos have their own special post where one can find the translations. Just follow the links.

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