Sherri DuPree-Bemis Tattoos
Sherri DuPree-Bemis has at least 18 known tattoos:
- name, writing on her forearm
- doll, name, portrait on her upper arm
- deer, heart, house, moon, rabbit, state, strawberry, tree, vines on her upper arm
- logo, writing on her upper arm
- flame, match on her upper arm
- batman on her forearm
- character, totoro on her forearm
- deathly hallows on her upper arm
- character, flower, portrait on her forearm
- character, portrait, umbrella on her upper arm
- portrait, writing on her upper arm
- character, humpty dumpty on her upper arm
- character, rabbit on her forearm
- portrait, sugar skull on her forearm
- deer, flower on her forearm
- character on her upper arm
- on her
- heart on her wrist
Sherri DuPree-Bemis got a traditional tattoo style heart tattoo on her right wrist to cover up a poorly-done tattoo of a coffee shop logo which her father designed.
Thanks again @jwhittdesigns 💕 As you said “Now it’s forever in my heart” *bah-dum-cha!* 😝 #dadjokes
Sherri DuPree-Bemis had this black ink design on her right wrist from December 2015 to June 2017. The minimalist image of coffee being poured from a mug is the logo of The Foundry Coffee House in her hometown of Tyler, TX.
Thanks for the new ink @coleknoxx✌🏻️ Coffee, in general, holds a special place in my heart 😜 but @foundrycoffeehouse is the most special to me and will always symbolize the best of times with friends, coffee, pie, more coffee, donuts, more coffee ect… Also, my pops @boyd_dupree designed the logo so we have a win-win situation here. ☕️💕
Unfortunately she didn’t like the way the tattoo turned out, and had it covered up with a heavy black heart two years later.
Cover-up of what was a badly-rendered tattoo of the @foundrycoffeehouse’s logo. My dad @boyd_dupree designed the logo and I love it…but the artist who did it on my arm 😑…Well. Needless to say, it’s now covered 😂
Sherri DuPree-Bemis has a tattoo on her right upper arm of the cartoon character Coraline, whom her daughter is named after. The tattoo is based of a drawing by Shame Prigmore which she got inked by Joshua Whitten in October 2015.
Sherri DuPree-Bemis gets a new ink on her right forearm and she really likes it as she says in her Instagram post: “My new beautiful artwork by @jwhittdesigns! I couldn’t be happier!! Thank you so much, love you dude. I’ll get better pics when she’s not swollen”.
The tattooist artist, Joshua Whitten, aslo commented: “Had a great time doing this piece for @sdupreebemis. Always a good time hanging with this awesome couple, thanks again @maxbemis @sdupreebemis (I’ll get some better pics asap 😅)”.
In March 2014, Sherri DuPree-Bemis got a tattoo on her right forearm of a girl with pink hair and a Día de Muertos sugar skull face. The design was drawn by Mab Graves and tattooed by Joshua Whitten in Sherri’s hometown of Tyler, TX. There is an obvious resemblance between the tattooed character and Sherri herself — she has had her hair every color of the rainbow, but pink is one of her favorites. (more…)
Sherri DuPree-Bemis got a tattoo on her wrist in November 2013 of a bunny character which was drawn by artist Brandi Milne. (more…)
Sherri DuPree-Bemis got a pair of characters tattooed on her arm in November 2013. On her upper arm is artist Brandi Milne’s interpretation of the classic children’s book character Humpty Dumpty.
In July 2013 Sherri DuPree-Bemis got this tattoo of a drawing which was done by her father. Below it is the quote “Don’t think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity.” from author Ray Bradbury. The tattoo was done by artist Sean Lanusse. (more…)
Sherri DuPree-Bemis has a tattoo on her upper right arm featuring the characters Mr. Tumnus (a half-goat) and Lucy Pevensie from the C.S. Lewis book series The Chronicles of Narnia. Artist Jeremy Swan did the tattoo in July 2013. It honors Sherri’s daughter Lucy Jean Bemis who was born a few months prior in February 2013.
She writes: “Nearly 20 years ago I first heard the story of C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (my mom @kimbrtones read it to us as kids) and I decided that, one day, if I ever had a daughter I would name her “Lucy” (after little Lucy Pevensie). It’s mind blowing that dream from my 10 year old self came to fruition and that I was given/trusted with that gift. The gift of my own little Lucy! Your dad @maxbemis and I love you so much kiddo! Thank you to @swanjeremy for creating this beautiful tattoo in her honor. Art by Pauline Baynes.”
Sherri DuPree-Bemis got this portrait on her left forearm in May 2013. It was her first tattoo to incorporate color. The girl in the tattoo is a character from her husband Max Bemis’ comic book series Polarity who was loosely based on Sherri herself. It was drawn by Jorge Coelho and tattooed by Jeremy Swan at Broken Art Tattoo. Max got a tattoo of his own at the same time featuring a different character from Polarity. (more…)