Most of her art is shared on her tattoo shop's Instagram page, but some of her best work has been done on celebrities. Almost everyone in Hollywood wants Von D to tattoo them — but only a select few have been chosen. Here are 11 celebrities who were tattooed by Kat Von D.
Not surprisingly, Kat Von D was a big part of getting Demi Lovato back on track towards recovery. In 2012, Lovato got the word "faith" with soaring birds tatted on her arm by the artist.
Mr. Bad Boy trusted Kat to get his own label inked on his bicep.
Eve's paw print tattoos are iconic — but Kat wasn't responsible for inking those. Instead, Kat had the honor to do Eve's kanji tattoo on her arm, but still called out the paw prints as some of the most popular ever.
Beyoncé has a few tiny tattoos, one of which was done by Kat herself.
Von D has tatted Cyrus numerous times, giving her two arrows on her elbow and a heart on her forearm.
Before she was even really famous, Gaga went to Kat to get a piece on her side, which was fully documented on video.
Styles got "Won't Stop Till We Surrender" inked on his arm by Ms. Von D.
Styles' former bandmate, Zayn, followed in his footsteps by getting a giant microphone tattooed on his arm by Kat.
Mary J. Blige
Blige's iconic cross tat was gracefully given by the artist. "I've always been a really big fan of crosses and I think Mary J Blige's approach to her cross is very classic one, very traditional," Kat explained. "You can see it on everyone from rappers to bikers. You can't go wrong with a cross and a rose."
Selena Quintanilla's brother A.B. was honored to get a tattoo of his sister by Kat, who is a Selena fanatic herself.
When Richards was going through a bad breakup with her ex Charlie Sheen, Kat swooped in to help get rid of a tattoo dedicated in his honor. “She actually had ex-husband Charlie Sheen‘s name on her ankle, and we covered it up with a fairy,” Von D explained. “We concealed the name in the fairy wings. It worked out pretty good. But you know, she’s not really the tattoo type. She’s not going to get a big ol’ back piece, or sleeves done.”