source: Freja (Copenhagen) http://laroseavantgarde.blogspot.com, Alina (Frankfurt), Anna (Aarhus)
source: Vicki (Copenhagen)
“Skrift; “vågen i drømmeland” sang af: Lis Sørensen og en Sølvmåge. begge tattooer minder mig om mine dejlige bedsteforældre.”
“An arrow needs to be pulled back in order to move forward. I’ve had some recent setbacks in my life but my arrow helps me remember that I’ve gone through these things for a reason and I’ll shoot straight soon.”
Martina P (Sydney)
“To die would be an awfully big adventure.” from Peter Pan
source: Jeremy G (Guelph, Ontario)
Met up with a friend from across the country i havent seen in years and we decided to get tattoos together founded upon Psalm 45:3-6.
Truth, Humility, Justice
Christoffer J (Luleå) http://christofferjansson.se
“Döm ej allt du ser, tro ej allt du hör, säg ej allt du vet”
I took the text from my grandmothers wall, I’ve always loved it.
Paloma (Mexico City)
“‘Vergüenza y esplendor, mil nubes de paz cercan el cielo, amor nunca acabarás de ser amor” – “Shame and splendor, thousand clouds of peace encircIe the sky, love never end up being love”. In italics because it’s the same font my brother (RIP) and I share.
3. Brittany (Gainesville)
“An arrow can only be shot forward by pulling it back. So when life drags you back with difficulties, that means it is going to launch you into something great.”
Brittany (Gainesville) “An arrow can only be shot forward by pulling it back. So when life drags you back with difficulties, that means it is going to launch you into something great.”
Mathilda (Falköping) “Grandpa & Granma”
Wei (La Paz) ”The flower is a jasmine. A great and motivational figure of my life, Jack, was like a second dad to me. He passed away a few years ago and his favorite flower were jasmines.”
Toni A (Kansas City), Taylor (San Diego), Susanna L (Sweden)
one of my most recent tattoos is the arrow on the inside of my right arm. It can mean alot of things but for me its alot about moving forward and i got it after my most recent breakup. It also reminds me of my mother but that is a different story