Johnny Depp has a new tattoo and fans think it could be a reference to his defamation case victory against Amber Heard.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star was recently spotted in Norway getting a fresh piece of ink on the underside of his wrist.
His new tattoo is a broken arrow which was done by Oslo’s Attitude Tattoo Studio. According to the Norweigan tabloid newspaper VG, it signifies a ‘new start and new hope’ after ‘burying the battle axe’.
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Aleksander Stubberud Aas, who works at Oslo’s Attitude Tattoo Studio, told the news outlet: “The artists who did it were super happy to have the opportunity to tattoo a f***ing legend.
“I could see a little Jack Sparrow in him. Some attitudes, a few sounds, and his motor skills were quite similar often. But he was very down to earth… It’s a little weird to say down to earth type about Johnny Depp somehow.
“But you sit there and talk, you do not think so much that it’s f***ing Johnny Depp. He was a very laid back type, there was no stress and everything worked out.”
The actor reportedly has 38 pieces of ink across his body, with homages to all different aspects of his life.
Depp got his first tattoo when he was 17 years old, which is of a Cherokee headdress. This is supposedly dedicated to his Native-American heritage, as his great-grandmother was a member of this tribe.
He famously got his ex-girlfriend Winona Ryder’s name tattooed, but after the couple broke up in 1993, he altered it to WINO FOREVER, which he said is dedicated to his favourite alcohol.
Depp also has both of his children, Lily-Rose and Jack, inked on his body too.
In an interview with The Washington Post in 1995 when discussing his tattoos, he described them as ‘his journal’.
He said: “To me, it’s like some journal – they all represent different times in my life. If you see them, that’s one thing – but if I explain them to you, that would be like walking you through my journal”
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