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Iggy Azalea covered up her old flower tattoo in November 2012 with a large portrait on her right forearm. It is the head of the Roman goddess Venus from Sandro Botticelli’s famous 1486 painting “The Birth of Venus.” She told Power 106:

It’s a tattoo of Botticelli “The Birth of Venus,” Disneyfied, where Venus de Milo is born in a seashell…and it covers my old ugly tattoo.

She calls it “Disneyfied” because it’s a cartoonish interpretation of Botticelli’s original piece.  The eyes in particular have a sweet and innocent look with long lashes and no definition of the bottom.

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face detail from Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, Tempera on canvas

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posted by Linda on August 14, 2013

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