Tom DeLonge tattoo list

Most people recognize Tom DeLonge from the band Blink-182, where he was the guitarist and co-lead vocalist from 1992 when he helped found them until 2015. He is now the guitarist and lead vocalist of his band Angels & Airwaves. He was also affiliated with the band Box Car Racer. He is also the proud owner of a lot of various ink alongside all of his music awards, check out Tom DeLonge tattoos below.

Tom DeLonge Tattoo Neck

The first Tom DeLonge tattoo is the one on his neck that wraps from behind his ear down to the back of his neck. It pictures a heart and uses colors such as black and gray offset by muted reds and greens.

Tom Delonge neck tattoo

Tom DeLonge Tattoos Arm

Tom DeLonge uses contrast in his ink in a different way than most. Rather than a contrast of color or even style to make his ink memorable, he has one arm heavily tattooed in bright vibrant colors and the other completely devoid of any ink at all.

Tom DeLonge arm tattoo

The arm that is tattooed though, has designs covering every part of his arm onto his chest and creeping up toward his neck. The careful planning in this sleeve is evident. On the back of his shoulder, he has a tattoo of a guy with a Mohawk with the phrases “Southern California” and “Punk Rock” featured in the piece. His sleeve is comprised of brilliant colors and designs including UFOs, green fire, and stars. It definitely gives of a fun, unique, science fiction feel that seems to capture the singer and guitarist’s fun and energetic personality outstandingly well.

Tom DeLonge tattoo arm

Tom DeLonge Chest Tattoos

As a continuation of his sleeve, Tom has a very distinct and colorful section that spills out onto his chest. In vibrant colors and an almost cartoon style, the musician sports a city from an aerial view with the Golden Gate Bridge making an appearance in the background.

Tom DeLonge’s body art definitely teaches us that using blank space can really make your tattoos pop. The musician knows well that, when planning a tattoo, it’s not only about the space you use, but the space that you don’t. Like any good artist would say, the negative space is just as important and Tom uses negative space effectively to make sure his sleeve is eye catching.

Tom Delonge chest tattoo