Continuing our alphabetical adventure through the subways, I set my sights on the M train (Wonder what's going on? I recap A through L here).
I took the L one stop to 6th Avenue, where I switched for the M.
12:27 Waiting for the M.
12:35, on a northbound M, when I met Casey.
Casey had some tattoos marked on his hands which I found interesting:
Looking at the visible tattoos in this image, you'll see four letters. From left to right, there's a "C" on his index finger, a "T" on the middle finger, another "C" on his ring ringer, and a "K" below the knuckle of his pinky. Casey explained that the letters were initials of his siblings, and they are all based on fonts from French childrens' books. So, the first C and T are based on the font in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince. The second C and the K are based on fonts from Edmond à la plage.
These tattoos were also on his hand:
He pointed out that he tattooed the word "love" himself and the "R.O.T." stands for "Right On Time," a nickname he got from kids he was counseling that refers to his punctuality.
Thanks to Casey for sharing these interesting hand tattoos with us here on Tattoosday!
Come back tomorrow to see what happened on the next train!
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