ICYMI, Adam Levine performed topless at the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta last night.
While boasting skin art isn’t unusual for A-listers, the 39-year-old takes it to a whole new level, with a huge variety of tattoos adorning his body.
It’s uncertain how many tattoos Levine has exactly, however, by our count, it’s well over a dozen.
So, what do we know about all of Levine’s inking?
The big back tat
Levine’s Instagram account provides an insight into his largest tattoo, a statement piece of body art on his back which depicts a mermaid cradling a skull. The inking was created by California-based tattoo artist Bryan Randolph.
Paying homage to his roots
Levine, born in LA, also pays homage to his home with two different tattoos: one reading “Los Angeles” on his shoulder, another reading “California” on his stomach.
He shares two tattoos with his wife: the pair got matching ring tattoos upon their engagement in 2014, as well as the words: “You’re so cool, you’re so cool, you’re so cool” written on their sides – a reference to cult film ‘True Romance’.
The words “True love” also feature on a tattoo of a hand carrying a rose across Levine’s chest.
Back in 2015, Levine also showed off a Sanskrit inking on his collarbone – said to spell “Tapas”, a word which means “fire” or “passion”.
He also boasts a large eagle inking just below his chest.
Also decorating Levine’s torso is a large cabbage, a necklace design, and his middle and last name written on his ribs: Noah Levine.
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A tiger, a guitar and a dedication to his mum
On his right arm, Levine has a Tibetan tiger which is said to be “inspired by [his] love of this amazing book of Tibetan drawings”, according to People.
Below this, he has the words “Mom heart” written.
Over on his left arm, Adam has an intricate sleeve design which includes a guitar image.
Levine first, 9/11 inspired tattoo
The first inking Levine ever had done was a dove, which he had after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
He told People: ““This was my first tattoo. I was 21. It was five days after 9/11. I felt this need to say something with this peaceful thing on my body.”
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