A boy is born with a giant blue birthmark covering half his face, and given the name “Ink” by his quirky artist mother. In a world full of bias where no one escapes judgment, we watch him grow from an unconcerned toddler, to a spirited, defiant young boy, to an angry, hostile, and lonely teenager who despairs that no-one will ever see who he really is beneath the stain. Finally we see him as a calmer young man who is starting to accept his fate. Providence steps in and he is swept away by a billionaire entrepreneur to a different realm, the world of Art, where what others consider eccentric and bizarre are celebrated. Perhaps he has found his niche. But even now people have a hard time seeing past the birthmark. Then he discovers that two other people have also suffered from bias all their lives: the billionaire entrepreneur, lord and master of this new world of Art, and a beautiful dancer from Paraguay. The three form a charged and passionate relationship which hurtles towards tragedy. In the end, however, love prevails.