When Books and Tattoos Collide

When Books and Tattoos Collide
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand  /  The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
Joseph Campbell  /  Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
1984 by George Orwell  /  The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon

When books and tattoos mix, the result can be quite magical; if you're a fan of both, that is. This site is one of my guilty pleasures. It contains literary inks, and is aptly named, too: The Word Made Flesh. Above are some of the inks from my favorite books, and a saying. I'm itching to get a new one; I still don't know which part of me I'll have it placed, though, but I have a few ideas in mind. I prefer a script over symbols. I'm open to the possibility of the latter if I can fabricate a meaningful image. 

Inks for me are either a reminder or an ode, not a form of badassery or aplomb. I believe that you have to either find a cure for cancer or make sure that every single one in the world is well-fed and safe {or maybe walk on water} in order to reach that level. I just want a fine mark that will make me feel grateful and remember. 

If you're going to get your first tat, what would it be?

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