Greetings Earthlings from your favorite Honolulu Tattoo shop, the award-winning 434 Tattoo! The Holidays are fast approaching/upon us and it is time for Thanksgiving this week.
In light of this, here’s a cool tattoo story about someone’s first tattoo. The first time anyone gets tattooed is a bit sacred in many ways. The first tattoo represents many different things, has even more meaning in various ways, and is always a truly unforgettable experience.
This woman, aged 83, decided to get the expression, “Carpe Diem.” The Carpe Diem tattoo means “Seize the day” and the phrase was popularized in the Hollwood movie, Dead Poets Society, aptly named for the words are the last line of a poem by you guessed it, a dead poet!
So Seize the Day because you never know what is going to come or go, start or end, and have a great week of happenings! And if seizing the day involves getting your first tattoo or a tattoo in Hawaii, please feel free to holla at our crew! Our team of talented Hawaii Tattoo artists, led by Tattoo Adam and his 20 plus years of tattooing, is more than happy to help you with your very own custom tattoo.
Take care and ahui hou (see ya in Hawaiian)!
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