Louise (Denmark) “It is my first and only tattoo, so far. I love it, and every time I look at it I smile.”
health. family. happiness. love. -these things I want to carry with me to infinity and beyond.
The “A” in the middle stands for my name and my birth month.
Emma (Norway) “Don’t forget to love yourself. Life comes with a lot of struggle and hard times, in this times don’t forget to love yourself and take care of yourself”
Johanna (Västerås) “my first tattoo. i have always loved swallows so why not put it on my body?”
Natalí G (Mérida, México) “Is a latin phrase, it means “love of fate”. Love my past, my present and my future. Accept the things that happen in my life, not with resignation, with courage.”
Ai is japanese for love, and the name of the most amazing woman, who pasted away last year. L’amour fou – because love to your family, friends, flirts, things etc can be crazy good and crazy bad – and for the memory of monsieur Yves Saint Laurent.
My tattoo signifies the union of my family. I my mother and my grandmother! #triangle #family
M (Sweden) “Dreamcatcher when sleeved down”
Michelle (Karlstad, Sweden) “My first tattoo, but not the last one! Take these broken wings and learn to fly”
Mi (Copenhagen) “To birds on the inside of my elbow with no particular meaning. Just pretty.”
“The boy felt jealous of the freedom of the wind, and saw that he could have the same freedom. There was nothing to hold him back except himself”. Quote from “The Alchemist” written by Paulo Coelho.
11 words – words what you have to feel or give to someone. Every word mean something to someone. Just be who you are!
Sydney, 21, Waco, TX “My best friend’s is for her love of music while mine is “Shanti” which is a Buddhist peace prayer. Sanskrit”
Alina 16 Stockholm
Stacey, 23, Alberta, Canada “Ankh. It’s located on the back of my left ankle. It’s an Ancient Egyptian symbol meaning ‘eternal life’.”