When I first booked my trip to Honolulu and saw I had a brief layover in Chicago, I challenged myself to find at least one cool tattoo at the airport.
Lucky for me, I found Jennifer from Portland, Maine, sporting this lovely hibiscus foot tattoo:
The hibiscus being the state flower of Hawai'i, I saw this as a good omen.
Jennifer explained that she based the design for this tattoo on a photo in a magazine.
Why the foot? She had one tattoo on her back and "wanted one she could see".
This floral piece was inked in about two and a half hours at Pins and Needles Tattoo at home in Portland. Work from Pins and Needles has appeared previously on Tattoosday here.
Thanks to Jennifer for humoring this traveling inkspotter and sharing her hibiscus with us here on Tattoosday!
Welcome to another installment of the Tattooed Poets Project!
This will be our sixth April celebrating National Poetry Month with a month full of tattooed poets’ work – both written and corporeal. Every day this month at 3:00 AM EDT, we will post a tattoo (or two) belonging to a poet, along with a sample of their work. Because interest has been unprecedented this
year, most days we will post TWO poets, with the second one appearing at 3:00 PM EDT. If you are a published poet interested in contributing, we will be featuring additional tattooed poets weekly, starting in May, or you can volunteer now for 2015. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. And please, everyone, enjoy April on Tattoosday and thank you for visiting!