Chorus line from swedish band Kent’s song “Utan dina andetag”. In theory for my husband, but cynically to express my love for the band Basically says can’t exist without you.
Hanne (Kuopio) “Rise Against’s song.”, Felicia (Finland), Julia (Hamburg, Germany)
Simona M (Turin)
Madeleine P (Sweden) “One of my four tattoos. Stands for that you should never give up hope, life gets better.”
Hannah (Sweden) “This is my first but not last tattoo. I made the stars for my mum, me and my little sister, because it’s us against the world!”
nothing is better than a star full of skies. the summer triangle. look up.
Rochelle (New Zealand) “The constellation of my zodiac sign (Aries) on my left shoulder constructed from cherry blossom branches symbolises my existence and spirit in all it’s realism and totality. The quote ‘The phoenix must burn to emerge’ is from Janet Fitch’s novel White Oleander and alludes to personal issues of mine.”
Laura (Copenhagen) “This is my first tattoo. I’ve had the idea for it for a long time and I finally got it. It represents my two sisters and I, therefore it means a lot to me!”
Andrea (Netherlands) “Fortitude, because it took me very long to accept myself & who I am. It means you stay true to your own principals”
Noora (Finland) “My first tattoo. This sentence means me very much. It has been difficult to me to trust that I am good enough like I am.”
Pascalle (Canada) “Just had my first tattoos done on my birthday this past week. A small heart on my foot, and 2 tiny stars on my right side, ribs. The stars represent my 2 Special Little Stars, my sons, ages 5 and 1. The tattoos were painful, but like childbirth, worth every single minute of pain…”
SIlvia (Florence) “”Ad Maiora” is translate literally as “Towards greater things”. It is a formula of greeting used to wish more success in life, career or love.”