Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos And Their Meanings

The many tattoos that Frances Bean Cobain has are mostly to support her love for art and her family. Her father, Kurt Cobain, didn't have many tattoos but Frances has already gotten an impressive amount of tats done. The meaning of Frances Bean Cobain's "Let It Bleed" tattoo is unknown but it's a matching tat that her and her mother both share. The ink is located on her right arm.

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The meaning of Frances Bean Cobain's lyric tattoo was to commemorate a song she relates to and also to be a matching tattoo with a friend. The tat reads, "There's the moon asking to stay long enough for the clouds to fly me away, Well it's my time coming, I'm not afraid to die". The lyrics come from the song "Grace" by Jeff Buckley.

Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos

The meaning behind Frances Bean Cobain's Quentin Crisp tattoo was to honor her favorite writer and humanist. As a lover of theater and culture, it's not surprising Frances wanted to get a portrait of Frances inked onto her right shoulder. The portrait is large in size and features colored ink.

Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos

Frances Bean Cobain's flower tattoo meaning could be to represent her mother, who has several similar flower tattoos as well or it could just be a design she liked. The flowers are located on her wrist along with a star symbol design on her hand by her thumb.

Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos

Frances Bean Cobain's comic tattoo meaning was for her favorite comic character- Seymour Sunshine. The comic was drawn by Al Columbia and featured on "The Biologic Show". The ink is located on her lower arm.

Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos

Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos

The meaning for Frances Bean Cobain's "L'art est la Solution au chaos" tattoo is for her love of art. The ink is in French and translates to mean "art is the solution to chaos". The tat is done in a cursive font and located in the center of her back.

Frances Bean Cobain Tattoos

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