Woman Honours Her Late Father With Unique Tattoo That Plays His Voice

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Yvette has recently found an extraordinary yet creative way to honor the memory of her lost father, by getting a talking tattoo of voice, on her left forearm.

Written By Manogya Singh | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Yvette Moore was shattered after she lost her father, Michael Goto due to liver cancer in year 2013. Since then the 40-year-old had been quite lonely as she greatly missed her father. Yvette has recently found an extraordinary yet creative way to honour the memory of her lost father, by getting a talking tattoo, on one of her arms.  

Skin Motion immortalizes Michael's memories

Yvette revealed that she got the idea of getting it done, soon after she saw an Instagram post about it. The talking tattoo was originally created by a Los Angeles-based tattoo artist in 2017, who designed a special application that played the soundwaves through the tattoo, called as Skin Motion.  

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The soundwave tattoo on Yvette’s left forearm represents the soundwave of her father’s voice, saying "Hi babies, thank you, I feel better already. I love you. I'll see you when I get back to the house. Bye bye," whenever she holds the phone right above the tattoo. According to reports, the voice note engraved on Yvette’s forearm is Michael’s final message that he left for his grandchildren.

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Yvette worried that she might forget her father's voice

Yvette, while remembering her father spoke to media about how close she was to her father. She spoke about how they used to spend days with each other, swimming, on fishing trips. She also spoke about how he taught her skills like “do it yourself”, and fixing cars, and above all he taught her to a be strong and independent woman. 

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She expressed how worried she was, thinking that she might forget her father’s voice and said that the last thing she wanted was his voice to fade away from her life. She also added that after getting the talking tattoo, she has somewhere immortalized her father’s voice and can hear him whenever she wishes to.

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(with agency inputs)

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