Allison’s tattoo allowed her to emotionally heal from her battle with breast cancer. Her resilience will amaze you. Posted by Crypt TV on Monday, August 10, 2015
TATTOOS, CANCER & CRYPT TV Permanent
Directed by Michael Gaston Bitar
Who knew that a group of people known for instilling fear would create a home where all of us can be FEARLESS.
Not too long ago a wonderful friend introduced me to the creative team at CRYPT TV. They were filming a series called Permanent, directed by Michael Gaston Bitar, which tells the layered stories behind the tattoos of people from all walks of life.
I’m honored to have been included. Blumhouse Productions, Eli Roth and CRYPT TV are not typically the types of names that one would associate with the word or the reality that is CANCER.
Being a creative, weird girl at heart and moving into the cancer club that impacts all of us in one way or another, I love that the Crypt TV family is committed to making a place for all of us.
A place where, “Weird is Good”, weird is accepted, celebrated and embraced.
Be Who You Are. Be How You Are. Just Be. No Fear!
#Permanent #WeirdIsGood #FightingCancerWithTattoos #CryptFamily @ZuluTattoo
To learn more about Zulu, the artist who brought this tattoo to life, Click Here.
Click Here to read the Needles & Sins sins article about this episode.
Our Why? Foundation favorite breast cancer tattoo resource is P.INK/ Personal Ink. Click Here to visit their website.