Inked Girls: Lindsay Jayne Snow
Myself in a sentence: I'm an outlaw from the south, got country in my mouth
I'm looking for good loving all the time, got outlaw in my bones and jim beam in a lot of my songs and there's a little bit of cherokee indian in my eyes.
Occupation: Tattoo artist
The design and themes of my tattoos: I don't really have a theme or design. I just enjoy getting tattoos from people who have either taught me something about tattooing or life in general. The imagry is mostly American traditional though.
More specifics about my tattoo: My tattoos are mostly a time line of things that help me remember certain times in my life, good, bad, funny, insane, calm times. It's permanent nostalgia. I can look at each tattoo I have and tell you what happened that day, why I got it, and who I got it from.
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it: I have a tribute to my dad, a Jacksonville jaguar with a banner reading "pops" scrolling across it. My parents have been season ticket holders since inaugural season. It was one of my first arm tattoos and I got it thinking that my parents would be less mad since it was for one of them. I was wrong, they were still pissed and I had to hear all about it from my mom, my dad never actually acknowledged that I even had tattoos until after I had been tattooing for about five years.
My next tattoo: Still underage I ventured out less than a month of getting my first tattoo I was already planning my second. The Feynman diagram, a calculus fan, nerd, whatever. I enjoyed the meaning in which the diagram represented. Some sort of mathematical poetry the way it displayed the interchangeability of matter into energy and vice versa.