She defined that the tattoo is encouraged by means of Salman Rushdie’s marvelous ebook Haroun and the Sea of Stories. The art work depicts Butt the hoopoe, flying out of the golden envelope to take the protagonist, Haroun, again to the Sea of Stories.
The tattoo was once created by means of Georgia Grey (@georgiagreytattoos) and finished at Bang Bang Tattoo (@bangbangnyc). She now works at Roses and Rebels Tattoo in Jersey City.
Sarah elaborated on the tattoo:
“I really like tales and I really like the manner [Rushdie] writes about outdated tales and new tales merging in combination … the description of the environment appeared like the maximum magical position it’s good to ever hope to peer for those who love tales and I could not believe what it gave the look of myself … I liked [Georgia Grey’s] paintings so I requested her to render it for me and now I am getting to stay it perpetually.”
Thank to Sarah for sharing this beautiful tattoo with us right here on Desymbol!