On Thursday, July 17, I spotted Becky outside of the Penn Plaza Borders talking to her friend Ashley.
Becky's not hard to miss, she's a striking young woman with twenty-seven tattoos. And, whereas generally Tattoosday participants are open and happy to share their ink here, both Becky and Ashley's kindness and friendly dispositions further brightened my day and reminded me why I love working on Tattoosday.
Of all Becky's work to choose from, she presented a piece on the top of her left foot. It's at the top of the post but is worth looking at again:
The tattoo is based on the artwork of Angelique Houtcamp, an artist who is often referred to as "the inspirational Dutch tattoo mademoiselle of the contemporary art world." Her artwork is much admired and both Becky, as well as her tattooist, Mohawk John.
This piece is based on Houtkamp's painting "Mata Hari":
The majority of Becky's work was inked by Mohawk John at B-52 Tattoo in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. As you can see, he did a phenomenal job recreating Houtkamp's work on Becky's skin.
Thanks to Becky and her friend Ashley (whose Tattoosday offering is in the post below) for sharing their tattoos!
More of Angelique Houtkamp's artwork here.
See Becky's friend Ashley's Tattoosday offering here.
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