Ruby Rose paid tribute to the FX animated comedy television series Archer with this tattoo on the right side of her stomach. On November 18, 2013 she tweeted about her plans for the tattoo, writing “I love Lorde and Sterling Archer. Forever and ever. Need to get an Archer tattoo, weird If I got a 16 year old lorde tattoo tho.
#boundaries” One day later she took the plunge and visited the famous Los Angeles tattoo parlor Shamrock Social Club where artist Louie Perez put her idea into ink. The tattoo depicts the show’s title character Sterling Archer with his arm outstretched holding a gun.
Juliet Simms is a huge fan of The Beatles and has two tattoos of their lyrics. About this tattoo, she tells: “It says ‘Happiness is a Warm Gun,’ which is one my favorite Beatles songs. I know what it’s about [heroin] and I don’t do that, but it is one my favorite Beatles songs.” Next to the lyrics is a little shotgun.
Miranda Lambert has a large tattoo on her left forearm of two crossing guns with wings. Miranda says that she got the tattoo to honor her success as a performer, but that her dad hates it. “The only reason I regret it is because my dad was pissed,” she explains. “I love it, it’s kind of become my signature, it’s on everything I have, it’s my logo, it’s on all my backdrops–but my dad was upset. He’s kind of old school so he took it personally. But we’ve gotten past it. She turned the experience into lyrics in her song “Heart Like Mine,” in when she sings, “Daddy cried when he saw my tattoo / Said he loved me anyway.” Of course she admits that she didn’t think to ask first: “I got it when I was 22 on tour with George Strait. It’s the first thing I ever did without asking my parents. My dad didn’t speak to me for a week,” she says.