David Bowie's Daughter and Widow Iman Get Tattoos to Mark Second Anniversary of His Death
The singer also was honored with the HBO debut of the documentary 'David Bowie: The Last Five Years,' which premiered on what would have been his 71st birthday.
David Bowie's daughter, Alexandria Jones, joined his widow, Iman, in commemorating the second anniversary of his 2016 death from liver cancer with some new ink.
The model added two photos to her Instagram account showing the pair's tattoos, with the first appearing to be placed on Jones' forearm and the second on Iman's ankle. Jones opted to get a tattoo of a crescent moon wrapped around the words "Daddy xxx," followed by "1947-2016," while Iman chose a tattooed knife with "David" written on the handle.
"You will always be part of us," she captioned the series of photos to honor the music legend. Earlier in the day, Iman also posted a series of four black-and-white shots of the pair captioned, "My favorite love story is ours! #BowieForever #ForeverAndEver."
They joined a large group of friends and admirers who have paid tribute to the rock icon this week on social media. The singer was also honored with the HBO debut of the documentary David Bowie: The Last Five Years, which premiered on what would have been Bowie's 71st birthday.
"Religion is for people who fear hell. Spirituality is for people who have been there." - David Bowie #quote— Brian Eno (@dark_shark) January 10, 2018
On this day 2 years ago David Bowie passed away. I will be doing a tribute dj set to him… https://t.co/yF96TVsVwJ— Talib Kweli Greene (@TalibKweli) January 10, 2018
Hello Everyone,— Dweezil Zappa (@DweezilZappa) January 10, 2018
Today, in honor of David Bowie, I am releasing a cover version of his classic, "I'm Afraid Of Americans." It is currently available here https://t.co/fSCD2SXL1P I had the pleasure of working with the very talented musician/singer David @DavidBrightonTS pic.twitter.com/hI9hugm5Sx
Tune into @BBCRadio2 tonight to hear Florence, @Tonuspomus, @IggyPop & @dark_shark pay tribute to 'Heroes'. The documentary explores the personal & musical factors that influenced the writing & recording of @DavidBowieReal's iconic album. Listen from 11pm: https://t.co/puTq5sOjzz— florence welch (@flo_tweet) January 10, 2018
Watch the trailer for David Bowie: The Last Five Years below.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.