This tattoo on an artist’s neck says “stay happy, stay wild, stay stock.”
The tattoo’s design features a picture of a hippo and a heart with an arrow pointing up and down.
The tattoo was created by the artist, who goes by the name of Stay.
Stay says he is “doing it for myself” and that he wanted to create a tattoo that would reflect his own values.
“I wanted to show that my values are a part of my work,” Stay said.
“This is my way of expressing my thoughts and beliefs.”
The artist, a native of San Antonio, Texas, has worked on several different projects, including an installation at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
He was inspired to do this project after seeing a hip-hop video on YouTube where a person was dancing and singing to a beat.
He said he had heard about the idea of hip-hipping tattoos, but decided to create his own because he believes the process of tattooing is very similar to tattooing in general.
“It’s an art form, so it was something that I would have thought would be quite boring,” Stay told ABC News.
“What I really wanted to do was show that hip-hoppers can be really creative.”
Stay said that his inspiration for the tattoo came from the video of a person dancing to a song.
“We saw that the song that was playing on a hip hop video, that the lyrics were about the same as my lyrics,” he said.
“So I thought, ‘What if I had a tattoo with the same song as the lyrics?’
So I just made a tattoo of my own lyrics.”
Stay said he plans to make more tattoos with the lyrics of songs.
“There are a lot of rappers that don’t want to do that,” he added.
“So, I just wanted to have a tattoo to show my appreciation for them.”
But, I’m also trying to show the fact that I can do whatever I want to.