Thank you! I always had tattoos and loved the way you can paint on your body and modify it. When I started to tattoo, I just did some shaky childish lettering; I liked how it looked but I never thought people would feel the same way. Then, I saw a book about prison tattoos, and step by step, stick-and-poke style, and with Instagram, of course, I discovered home style and ignorant style. It was inspiring and I felt that I could really combine my words and drawings with tattooing.
The inspiration for my drawings comes from things I see in real life, but also I draw from my imagination, photographs, magazines or pictures from the internet. The words mostly just come while drawing. Sometimes, it feels deep and means much to me; sometimes, it's just a joke or a random combination. Like hearing a phrase in the train from other people's conversation, I then stick with the words and combine them with something else unconscious. It seems like my work leaves space for interpretations, ideas and stories. That's what I like about the naïve style; I keep it simple and make my own intention not too important so I can enjoy how it speaks to others. It creates funny miracles, somehow.