This belongs to Sascha Fink.
This is my homage to Nathaniel Hawthorne. There are two main associations with the number 64. First, he died in 1864. Second, in the last years of his life, he obsessively scribbled the number 64 on scraps of paper; a little know fact about the author. I had this tattoo done in the style of an embroidered patch and lettering inspired by the Puritan Book of Common Prayers. I was uncomfortable tattooing and "A" because it stands for adulteress, of which I am not. I chose to use the number in red to associate the tattoo with Hawthorne's famous book.
This is Brent's tattoo from The Scarlet Letter.
A slightly gaudy version of Nathaniel Hawthorne's scarlet letter. I experienced a nearly identical story of that of Hester Prynne in my life. After spending so long being treated like "that adulterer" it was only fitting to get the mark.