Band Tattoos

Bea Miller

Bea Miller got this tattoo of a ghost on her right forearm in May 2017.  The ghost has a question mark over one of the eyes because it was inspired by the Paramore song “Misguided Ghosts.”  Paramore are one of her all-time favorite bands and she has performed covers of a few of their songs including “Ain’t It Fun” and “The Only Exception.”

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Ash Costello


Ash Costello has a tattoo on her right forearm of the tally mark logo from her band New Years Days’ October 2015 album Malevolence. All of the band members and crew have their own versions of this tattoo on different body parts. Rather than having the design in red, as it appears on the album, they opted for black ink with a red outline so that it stands out more. The album artwork was designed by graphic artist Eve Saint Raven.

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    Lynn Gunn


    PVRIS have matching tattoos behind their left ears of the letter “P” from the band’s logo which were first seen in a March 2015 photoshoot. The three permanent band members — singer Lynn Gunn, guitarist Alex Babinski, and bassist Brian MacDonald — all have the tattoo along with their touring drummer Justin Nace. (more…)

    Paris Jackson


    In April 2016, Paris Jackson got the word “MÖTLEY” tattooed on the inside of her lip for the classic metal band Mötley Crüe. “Most lip tattoos are temporary and y’all have been my favorite since I was 12, so I figured why not,” she tweeted to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee. She later got a more permanent tribute to the band with their Dr Feelgood album logo on her bicep.

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    Beth Lucas


    This large piece on the front of her left thigh was inspired by the Major League song Need I Remind You and states the lyrics “I wish time was on our side…” The thigh piece includes an hourglass, roses and an antique pocket watch.

    The ink was done by Brisbane tattooist Tilly Dee, who designed the piece and also created an original painting with the same artwork. (more…)

    Krysta Cameron

    Krysta Cameron has tow music-related tattoos on the inside of her right arm. Below her elbow is a red heart surrounded by the words “All is full of love,” which is the title of a Björk song. On her wrist are the words “Against Demons” and a sand-dollar (which looks like a star in a circle) from a Radiohead album art. This was one of her earlier tattoos and has a much heavier black look than her more recent work, however the sloppy look of the writing and image is a reflection of the original artwork.