DEV has at least 15 known tattoos:
On the inside of Dev’s elbow is a pair of unfilled daisies. She has had these tattoos for years so it seems that she likes just the outline and does not intend to have them filled it.
Matching the “Esta Loca” tattoo is Dev’s “Menina Bonita” tattoo for her other grandmother. She says that these two are her favorite tattoos. Dev explains: “It says ‘Menina Bonita’ which means ‘beautiful girl’ in Portuguese because my Portuguese grandma used to always say that to me.” (more…)
In April 2012, Dev got a pair of tattoos which are her fist tattoos on her legs. On her left thigh she tattooed “James” for her husband James “Jimmy” Gorecki, who is a professional skateboarder. “It’s like one of my more ghetto-er tattoos, but I ride out for my man,” she says.
On the back of her left arm, Dev has what she describes as “my unfinished naked bird girl.” The tattooed figure has a feathery headdress and bird’s face, a topless woman’s torso, a mermaid-like tail, and feathers in lieu of feet.
Dev tattooed the letters “RLSM” on the side of her right knee for the initials of her parents: Ricki and Lisa, and two sisters: Sierra and Maezee. She says “I knew I wouldn’t regret that because they’re my family.” She got this tattoo in April 2012 and at the same time got her husband (then-fiancé) James’ name on her upper thigh.
Dev has a pair of swallows tattooed on the sides of her lower back. She has come to hate this tattoo because of the stigma against “tramp stamps” and very rarely shows it off. “They’re actually really cool. I got them because sparrow [represent] freedom and truth and cool — and now they’re like a really cool freedom tramp stamp.”
Dev has a tattoo around her elbow of the words “Esta Loca,” which is Spanish for “she’s crazy” or “it’s crazy” (feminine form). Dev is of Mexican and Portuguese descent and honors her heritage with tattoos in both Spanish and and Portuguese for her two grandmothers. “It says ‘Esta Loca’, because my crazy Mexican grandmother used to say that to me,” Dev says.