Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Julia's Tribute to Her Parents (and More!)

In late September, I met Julia, a young woman from Mar del Plata, Argentina, who was visiting New York City. I spotted her on Broad Street in lower Manhattan, and I stopped to talk to her about her tattoos.

She had quite a bit of work, most interesting was this piece on her leg that pays tribute to her parents:

Julia explained that the trumpet represents her father, who is a musician, and the book represents her mother, who is a retired professor. These two elements of her parents' lives were major influences on her own life, as well.

She credited this piece to Talpa (@talpa.t.artist) who tattoos out of Asylum 42 Tattoo (@asylum42tattoo) in Valencia, Spain.

Alot of Julia's other work is courtesy of her husband Patricio (@patoink), from Pato Ink. The work below represents some of his handiwork:

Thanks to Julia for sharing her tattoos with us here on Tattoosday!

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