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SQSusana Quezada-Guzman
Susana Quezada-Guzman
#megandreamtattoo A tattoo like this on my hip has been one of my dream tattoo to get someday. Why? Because it would be a tattoo that would bring some confidence in me. Due to growing up i was an over weigh girl. Had a huge stomach, and no type of nice body. I started to get stretch marks on my tummy and thats when i decided it was time to do something about it. Right now at the age of 21 has been the slimmmest ive ever been. Im happy but yet i still have my stretch marks from when i was youger. A tattoo like this will make me feel sexy and ignore the fact that i have stretch marks.

#megandreamtattoo A tattoo like this on my hip has been one of my dream tattoo to get someday. Why? Because it would be a tattoo that would bring some confidence in me. Due to growing up i was an over weigh girl. Had a huge stomach, and no type of nice body. I started to get stretch marks on my tummy and thats when i decided it was time to do something about it. Right now at the age of 21 has been the slimmmest ive ever been. Im happy but yet i still have my stretch marks from when i was youger. A tattoo like this will make me feel sexy and ignore the fact that i have stretch marks.

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#megandreamtatto  A tattoo like this is my dream to have someday!. La cantrina reminds me of my hometown in Mexico witch i havnt beent to in over 10 years. We have a huge buldboard that i would see every single day when i was living their .Getting a modenise catrina is my body will remind me of my roots and where i came from. Better picture of my tattoo cover up. Cant even tell i had shitty tattoo right?:). I remember this tattoo took hours and was so painful!. Almost tapped out! But i made it :)A cover up i got couple years ago from a mistake i did while in high school. Little skull was suppose to be white and black and white part was baby pink. Thanks to my tattoo artist he gave me a wonderful peace to cover the awful tiny, baby pink skull.It was a pleasure for me to be a part of this project, it reminds me one of the best period of my life. 2008 was a great year! if you guys obviously dont know, i was an “active member” of the scene.
who wants to see some photos of that period? of me, of course! 😂🖤
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.A special thanks to my bro @blindmachines aka (matty murder ) for collaborate with me and lend me his pictures from the 2008💖All of you dogowners do me a favor and tell them how awesome they are and give them a hug.While doing this tattoo I was reminded of how special the bond can be, and how short their lives are. Make the most out of it. I don't regret any minute I spent with my dog. There wasn't a second that I feel wasted.I even miss the late night walks where it rained and both of us didn't want to got out, but we had to. I miss being laughed at every time I come home. It left an emptiness when he was gone that was hard to fill. So enjoy the time you have together to the fullest. Make the most out of every day, appreciate it.Would love to do more of these small portraits. If you're interested email me. #tat #tats #tattoo #tattoos #ink #inked #inkedlife #freshlyinked #realism #dog  #canine #friends #smalltattoo#tattoooftheday #tattoodo #inkedmag #thinkbeforeuink #inkstinctsubmission #think #vienna Brian contacted me and gave me an idea and said do something.  I domt do a whole lot of color, but when I do I truly love it.
Story behind this tattoo: was a senior in high school. Really wanted a tattoo, and one of my friend got hes bug brothers friend to do this on me. Mistake i shouldnt of got a homemade tattoo. The heartgram looks shitty. But hey i love this tattoo due to it being my first, and wat the hek everyone has shitty tattoos at some point right ? ;)#megandreamtatto "La catrina" has always been my dream tattoo to someday get on my body. In my hometown back in mexico, witch i havnt been to in about 8 or more years. Their a build board with "la catrina" in it. She is a skeleton dressed in a dress and has a big hat with roses and flowers on it. People say she loved to dress very elegant.  People even say she comes out in the middle of the night just wondering around looking all nice and stuff. Growing up with all these stories about " la catrina" will always remind me from where i come from .i miss it so much. Who knows if i will ever be back to my hometown. Getting this tattoo will be like having a little peace of mexico on me.“I went on a 14 day silent retreat and it was probably the hardest thing I’ve ever done.Towards the end of the two weeks I had what I think I can only describe as an out of body experience during the 4am session. I felt an overwhelming bubble of sadness and guilt literally rise within me but it wasn’t mine I was just experiencing it for someone else, I opened my eyes in floods of soundless tears that also felt not mine.I forgave my mum there and then, and it felt natural that I would stand by her no matter what, no more distancing myself, no more pushing her to get help, I would just be there unconditionally.When I left and came back home my mum told me she had something to tell me. She’d woken up really early in the morning (around 4am) and she said it was then clear what she had to do and why she had to do it.I believe I felt what my mum was feeling. I still don’t know what my mum actually felt that morning but it gave her the power and motivation to change her life.”No gods no mastersFirstly I can say that I absolutely give a f*ck about what you think about my tattoos. When I started to do them, I followed trends and popular aesthetics, added tribals, etc. I hate this part of tattooing when u have to communicate with a client like it's some kind of service industry. "I would like to tattoo a dick, but only pinkish and remove these hairs on the eggs, because it looks more like a cat." I just can’t learn how to say no, usually make some attempts to find a compromise, and then customer telling me goodbye because I'm not a professional. And I'm not a professional. I do this because from childhood I was fond of art, went to art history courses at the Pushkin state Museum in Moscow, then discovered a tattoo, went to tattooer firstly on 16th birthday after earnings money as a waitress, followed a lot of masters, many of whom made me tattoo at the beginning of their career, when I understood that in future they will become stars. And I always looked atBotanical sleeve, this project was started when I was a junior artist still learning and completed by machine when I was already working for a number of years! This project is still one of my favourites. By Tahsena Alam.“I have always had the sensation of having to choose which path in life I should take. I have been torn between the decision of excelling in this physical reality, and doing everything in my power to make my time here on Earth truly incredible. Or to dedicate my life to the exploration of the universe found within, however this would result in excluding myself off to the world around me. After trying the latter for a year I came to the realisation that I need to find a balance, I discovered that love is at the core of both paths but one cannot work without the other, there is a symbiosis at work. I need to find a way to do both…”– ElliotThank you Elliot for the beautiful thoughts, your trust and complete freedom with your idea! Project was done a few months back.By @peterlaevivTo join the waiting list:art@peterlaeviv.com.....#tattoodo #singleneedle #londontattooartist #tattooart #blackandgreytattoo #microrealism #finelinetattoo #fineline #inked #tattooing #tatto