Amy Winehouse Tattoos
Amy Winehouse’s chest tattoo is probably her most witty and creative. She tattooed a pocket flap above her left breast with “Blake’s” for her husband Blake Fielder-Civil. Amy often wore bowler shirts with monograms above the pocket, and did own an actual shirt embroidered with “Blake’s Girl.”
On Amy Winehouse’s right wrist was a lighting bolt. The tattoo was outlined in black ink and shaded from black to white.
Amy Winehouse had a topless woman tattooed on her left arm. Amy was asked to cover the tattoo when appearing on TV, so she drew a bra to cover the character’s breasts.
The bird tattoo on Amy Winehouse’s forearm was chirping music notes.
On Amy Winehouse’s right forearm was a bird on a branch with the words “Never Clip My Wings.” This design was used as the logo for the Amy Winehouse Foundation, a charity which was set up in her honor after her death.
Amy Winehouse had her grandmother Cynthia’s name tattooed on her right arm.
On Amy Winehouse’s right arm was a tattoo of a woman in retro, pin-up style clothing. The character wears a cropped blouse tied at the waist and high-waisted hot pants.
Amy Winehouse had two red hearts tattooed on her right shoulder
Amy Winehouse honored her father with the words “Daddy’s Girl” and a colorful horseshoe tattooed on her left arm.
One of Amy Winehouse’s three pin-up girl tattoos was this nude woman partially concealed by a large fan.