Finding enough working, portable cassette players is proving to be difficult, but for now I have four with which to work.
One step in the tattoo gun making process is to scratch the ball out of a ball point ink pen. It’s quite a time-consuming step that is producing some small pieces of it’s own. The stone/cement chunk itself is becoming a beautiful artifact of this process. As I scratch the pen tip on the stone/cement chunk it produces fine dust with the ink that’s collected on it from the other pens I’ve scratched.
And before this step, I’ve cleaned out most of the ink tube by using it to color the front of the notebook I’ve been given by Casa Tomada to then leave with them. I’m thinking of filling the notebook with this blue/green/grey dust produced from the scratching process.