Amy Winehouse Tattoos
Amy Winehouse’s first tattoo was the cartoon of a 1930’s sex-symbol, Betty Boop, on her lower back.
Amy Winehouse had a Hello Sailor and Anchor tattoo on her belly.
Amy Winehouse had on her left inside forearm, a tattoo of a Native American feather. This feather tattoo was one of Amy’s first ans she explained on an interview that her Native American Indian feather tattoo symbolised courage and bravery.
Amy Winehouse had on her upper back an unusual angel tattoo which was a combination of an Egyptian ankh, symbolising “life”, over an American eagle with outspread wings.
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.
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.