Autism - Tattoowise
So last xmas i've been building up the courage, and the dosh to get my first ever tattoo! Now some might wonder what the big thing is about getting one but for me, well.. i have a phobia of needles, i have NO pain level whatsoever that you could call easy to put up with, i mean, i'm the girl that get's a paper cut and i'm dyin! so finally i'd the cash, finally ran out of excuses and finally found a tattoo shop that i felt comfortable with. So yesterday was the big day. went down, got sorted and explained what i was after. As most people on here, facebook and whoever know me, will know my son is autisic, so for my first tattoo i wanted to dedicate it to him. I got the autism awareness ribbon and the flag because i'm a winner! I've got the most loving, careing, smart and funny little boy in the world. (ok, so i'm biased but i'm allowed to be) he gives me great joy, he teaches ME something new everyday, I'm learning HIS world and how to adapt ours to suit his needs and i love hearing
my new tattoo for autism
Done by Markuss Decker of Tattooed Heart in Glenn Burnie, MD.
My new tattoo. The autism puzzle pieces.
First he did some gray work on himself, then he updates Mama's ink
Autism tattoo flames. This tatt was done for our daughter that was diagnosed this year. It is my own spin on how I wanted the autism symbol to look for me.
Autism tattoo butterfly is my version of the autism symbol of a puzzle with a piece missing. My daughter was diagnosed this year and my husband and I decided to get it done. I chose a butterfly because I know that she will always have autism but with love and support she will fly.
That little purple daisy has become part of my own healing as I begin to accept my daughter's diagnosis. I love the transformation from a simple flower to my own version of the symbol for autism.
Out with the old. Covered up an old tattoo with something more meaningful.
Three random tattoo ideas
Translated and designed by www.hebrew-tattoo.com
This client wanted henna on her feet to help her decide on what to have tattooed on her feet. She was really sweet, funny and smart, so we gabbed a lot while I hennaed her. Unfortunately, I got very distracted by the great conversation and didn't pay attention to my work; she wanted both feet to be identical and that was my plan but then I messed up. She was really disappointed but we are meeting again so I can do her tattoo designs on paper (in pencil so I can erase!). More at www.kenzi.com