On the last Monday evening in June, I met Mor at the Barnes & Noble in Union Square. Her website identifies Mor as a "character animator and 'moving collage' artist".
However, we didn't talk about Mor's work.That never came up.Rather,we discussed the Tattoo on Mor's forearm:
Mor's mother had given her a little golden key as a gift that she wore on her earlobe. At some point in the middle of the night, this began to bother Mor, who would pluck the key off and throw it across the room. In the morning, Mor would find the key. This unusual pattern became a ritual of sorts until one morning, the key was nowhere to be found. Lost forever over the years, this tattoo reclaimed the key, and now Mor has it tattooed forever.
The bird represents a friend of Mor who is an "adopted mother" and someone very close to Mor.
The tattoo was done by Shiloah Rusciolelli, who currently lives in Seattle.
Thanks to Mor for sharing this unusual tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!
Here is Mor's "Bimboim's Trip to the Western Wall":
Mornography's YouTube channel is here.