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”
source: Olivia (Nyköping), Renata (Rio de Janeiro) ”jusqu’ici tout va bien”, Raissa J (São Paulo)
“The most powerful thing God gave mankind was the opportunity to make your own choice”
This text reflects how I’ve decided to live my life. To make my own choices & not get influenced by others. Just living my life the way I want.
This is my second tattoo, placed on my collarbone.
It’s the names of my father, brother and mother
poorly translated to JRR Tolkiens Elwish. It’s a bit
different and full of love, just like me.
‘not all those who wander are lost’
One of my favorite songs with Noah and the whale.
my sister and I got tattoos together. The quote “soror mea, amica mea” means my sister, my friend in Latin. So, we split it up between the 2 of us.