Margaux (Lyon, France)
Truc (Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam) “An ancient Turkish amulet called Nazar. It’s also called Evil Eye.)”
Julia (Paris, France)
Jolita (Vilnius) “Birds sing after a storm; why shouldn’t people feel as free to delight in whatever sunlight remains to them?
Rose Kennedy (1890 – 1995)”
Linn W (Uppsala) “My tattoo symbolizes infinity for my family and my friends.”
Sam “I’ll always be my daddy’s little angel”
Hajan J (Gothenburg, Sweden) “Words fail music speaks, and the forever-symbol stands for life, it goes up and down, but you just got to move on.”
Lina (Norway) “I got this tattoo on my last day in England, after having spent a year there as an exchange student. It represents all the things I learned that year, especially about myself.”
Francesca (Italy) “My name in my dad’s handwriting.”
Nina (Stockholm) “To infinity and beyond ”
Hannah J (Hamburg) “I got this Tattoo when I was living in Australia. It’s my mums handwriting. I lived the dream and have so many more – she is always by my side supporting me.”
Cecilia (Milano, Italy) “I found the piece of my life-puzzle that makes me complete.”
Gaëlle (Paris, France) “Made for my baby boy’s birth. Jules, who turns one today <3″
Isadora M (Boca Raton)
Mille (Copenhagen) “For me, the two should always mirror each other – they remind me everyday.”
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.
Cheryl (Malaysia) “Good times don’t last. Bad times will pass.”
Julia (Boston) “struggled with some personal issues over the years and this tattoo reminds me that even when i am having a bad day i always have the strength to get through it”
Louise J (Copenhagen) “We all have our battles, and each our demons to fight. The most important is just to keep fighting and never give up ♥”