Fascinated by how a drawing comes to life, alive and embodied, literally living on with the person, not just on the skin, this was the pull at age 14 with her first tattoo that led Nami in an alchemical quest on ink ever since. Today her tattoos are a continuous evolution that straddles in-between a sketch and not a sketch, a drawing and not a drawing. Ink that takes a form. What continues to inspire her is that which liberates the mind. This, in turn, opens and widens the possibilities in seeing. And rightly so, the multiple eyes of her art, then, expand beyond skin, paper, cultures, style, artist and the tattooed.