Rosalie (Dublin, CA)
“The word amen means “So Be It.” After going through a personal loss, I had my good friend who was there for me during the process write it in her handwriting.”
Malin S (Namsos, Norway)
Chris (Mexico) “M because of my parents’,sister’s and grandmas’ initial names letter. And the heart because they are the ones I love the most.”
Sara (Singapore) “The numerals represent 29:5, which happens to be my birthday which I share the same as my dad’s. It’s always been special to me. He passed a few years ago, so this ink leaves an even more dear meaning to me, and will forever remind me of him.”
Giovanna (Brasil) “it reminds me of my mom..she love roses! “i was thinking of how a rose’s thorns can hurt, but a rose is still a beautiful flower…and i also thought of how life can hurt but also is still great.”
Rebecca (Lillehammer, Norway)
Emily (Wooster) “Side of lower back — the birds represent my family and keeps them close to me, like we’ve always been. The dandelion reminds me of being a kid.”
Young and free. It’s my first tattoo, byt not last.
Fiona (Toronto) “A bear to symbolize my sister whom passed away. She was a pastry chef and this was part of her logo for her business and also our last name is chinese means bear.”
Hanna (Stockholm) “this is my first tattoo, and I got in January of 2012. The feather is not only a symbol of beauty, it also symbolizes “to never let somebody bring you down – be light as a feather”! It’s on my inner upper arm.”
Fiona (Toronto) “Dandelion, symbolize my sister who passed away last year. She always went after her dreams and did what she wanted to do. While fullfilling her dreams she also touched so many people’s hearts.”
What does not kill me makes me stronger…
The thought behide the tattoo is “Make a wish and fly”.
It’s done by a Finnish tattoo artist called Mikko Inksanity.
I chose to do it now when I turned 20 to sort of mark the beginnig of life, freedom and all the other privileges that comes with adulthood.