11. Travis Barker
Travis Barker is the drummer from the pop punk band Blink-182, but he is also a tattoo fanatic and his body is covered with various kinds of tattoo designs. It is clear that Barker has spent loads of money getting them carved into his skin. Travis’ tattoos are definitely partially a reflection of how much he loves music.
Barker’s tattoos also represent his love for his family, as he has tattoos for both his mother and his wife. Although, you probably wouldn’t blame him for saying that musical tattoos will always be his first love. Barker has various tattoos of music that he says has inspired him in the past, like his piece on his chest with the lettering “Can I Say,” which is the name of Dag Nasty’s first album.
Barker also has a large flower tattoo of three cherry blossoms on the side of his neck. On the lower half of his back, Barker got the words “Hope” inked. Barker got the tattoo as a tribute to the positive things that happened to himself after his mother’s death.
10. Demi Lovato
It is clear that Demi Lovato is in love with tattoos. Lovato has been pretty public about her battle with addiction and struggles with an eating disorder, and her tattoos are symbolic of her strength to overcome these difficult times.
Lovato’s first tattoo was revealed in June 2010, which was right before the stars 18th birthday. Lovato had the words, “You make me beautiful” written on the right side of her rib cage. The phrase comes from the song “Beautiful” by Bethany Dillon which was a song that Lovato revealed had encouraged her during a dark time in her life.
In September 2011, Lovato added a pair of feathers to the piece.
Lovato’s most visible, and therefore her most well-known tattoo is the words “Stay Strong” which she has on her wrists. Lovato decided to get these tattoos in March 2011 after spending some time in rehab struggling with cutting and bulimia. The tattoos were placed over an area that she used to cut. In this way, the tattoo was a way to cover the scars and also symbolize her tremendous growth and recovery.