Words Inspires Art: I Have A Dream #Wordarry

Words Inspires Art: I Have A Dream #Wordarry

An experiment a close friend and me decided to do. She gave me her art to take inspiration from and I gave her a weave of words to draw inspiration from. Β Sharing her interpretation to the muse. The subsequent post will have my interpretation of the muse she shared. πŸ™‚ A dream we share, in words and in art with you. πŸ™‚

Have A Dream

I live there. I live in tomorrow. There is much I aspire for the future. Where I will be is what matters. Who I wana be is what it’s all about. I wish I had a time machine to where my life really starts.

Kavya is her name and she’s very close to making her dream a reality. An engineer who had the passion for art, is now an amazing tattoo artist too at Bengaluru. Her brainchild ‘HOBO Tattoo Studio is making a mark in each one of the clients(pun intended πŸ™‚ ) giving them much more than their imagination. Kavya’s interpretation of your thoughts that transcribe to a tattoo will leave you happy, breathless and emotional too. For you feel it to more real than your own Tattoo dream.

Am sure, she will grow to be one of the best Tattoo artists in Bangalore.

Find all details of the tattoo studio on her Facebook post.

Here are some of her awesome tattoos,



P.S: The anchor one with Popey written is my tattoo. πŸ™‚

Have you got any tattoo or looking to get any tattoo? More so, where do you find your muse or inspirations to write from. Does art inspire you to write. tell me everything about it all in the comments section. Love to hear it.

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20 thoughts on “Words Inspires Art: I Have A Dream #Wordarry

    1. Not chic or adventurous, it’s more about getting something that means a lot etched onto your skin, as a reminder and a warmth of happiness every time you look at it. πŸ™‚

    1. My mom also was.It’s just that they have always been told getting tattoo is a bad thing and shows bad character. You should totally sit down and talk to her as to why you want to get it. It will help. πŸ™‚

  1. Next time I read a blog, Hopefully it does not fail me as much as this one. I mean, Yes, it was my choice to read through, but I actually believed you’d have something helpful to talk about. All I hear is a bunch of moaning about something that you can fix if you weren’t too busy looking for attention.

    1. Am sorry but I really don’t understand what was there to fix or what was all about being busy looking for attention. Could you be more elaborate? Maybe it would give me an opportunity to do things differently and better. πŸ™‚

  2. Very artistic and impressive work by Kavya, I loved your Popey tattoo πŸ™‚ that’s cute. Recently i got one, my very first and yes an artist should be wild in imagination only then they can bring so much more and unique to the table. My wishes for Kavya and her dream.

  3. I do not have a tattoo, but if I did (and I still might) it would be a scattering of stars with the words, “we are all stardust.”
    I would have your friend craft it if I lived in your area. She is very talented and I am happy she is seeing her dream turn to reality.

    1. I love your tattoo idea and do hope you get it. You could maybe make a trip to Bangalore. πŸ˜‰ It’s a tattoo am sure she would be ecstatic to do.

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