all the things i believe in. not done yet – symbol of my hometown is still missing and a cloth-hanger for my fashion passion.
source: Hannah (Jönköping, Sweden) ”Originating from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Obliviate is a term meaning ‘forget’. Obliviate is a memory charm, resulting in the erasure of the recipients memory.”
Mikaela (Vancouver/New York) “Inspired by Erykah Badu’s “Bag Lady” – a reminder to never bring the baggage of the past into your future… and another reminder not to place too much value on material possessions… and thirdly, because I love to travel.”
Jessica (Lund) “This tattoo is dedicated to my mum, who died in breast cancer when I was 13. Her name was Inger, and it means angel in romania”
My first and so far only tattoo.
I got the idea from the Oasis song, and it’s simple as that: Don’t look back in anger.
A little reminder to myself to go through life without regretting the things I’ve done.
What does not kill me makes me stronger…
source: Tilde J (Stockholm), Manon (France), Sara (Gothenburg)
I live in Finland and two of my best friends lives in the USA. We decided to get matching tattoos so we wouldn’t feel like we are that far away from each other.
Because we are always under the same stars.
This is my first tattoo.
it means “without a heart we are only machines”
its from shakespear.
Utan Hjärta är vi bara maskiner
In memory of my best friend Richard, I miss you
source: Anna (Malmö), Lovisa (Umeå, Sweden) “”No problems/Everything will be alright” in Lao, Lina (The Aland Islands)
Tattoologist: A very well put together video of the tattoo process.
“I got a tattoo at 1,000 frames per second and created a vfx sequence of ink being distributed under the skin while gettina a train tattoo for my son. “