A Definitive Guide To Adam Levine's Tattoos
Adam Levine, the frontman of American pop act Maroon 5 is as much a looker as he is a singer. While he may not have the moves that he claims Jagger has, he does have them tattoos. And a truck load of them. Here's picking out the best ones from the earliest to the latest and what they represent.
The paw print on the back of his right shoulder represents his love for animals, in particular his beloved golden retriever Frankie Girl who passed away.
The dove and cherry blossoms were inked after 9/11 to pay tribute to all the lives lost that tragic day in history.
Adam Levine's flower tattoos are dedicated to his mother.
The Sanskrit tattoo 'Tapas' on the frontman's chest repesents his passion for yoga.
In 2010, Levine added a tattoo in his right arm of a heart with "Mom" written inside. It is also dedicated to his mother Patsy.
Adam Levine's "X" tattoo, the Roman numeral representing the number 10, celebrating Maroon 5's 10 year anniversary as a band.
Sharks are one of Adam Levine's biggest fears. Why the tattoo then? Because life's too short to live in fear.
Adam debuted this intricate back piece in February of 2016. He said that it took six months to complete, and was inked by Bryan Randolph from Spider Murphy's Tattoo in San Rafael, California.