I’m French and here are two of my five tattoos, a Carpe Diem on the left wrist (to remind me to enjoy life) and a Mayan-inspired arrow on the right arm.
My Hommerberg (Lund, Sweden) “symbol of my old neighbourhood “Djingis Khan”"
Erna (Reykjavík) “this too shall pass, to remind me of the fact that whatever pain I’m going trough is only temporary.”
We must accept finite disappointment but never lose infinite hope.
Luana (Vila Velha – ES, Brazil) “In this picture it’s healing yet. I was listening to Shine On You Crazy Diamond by Pink Floyd and decided to get my first tattoo since I’ve always loved this song.”
Cathrine (Rødovre) “I got it to celebrate of my 18th birthday.”
Sophie (Jönköping, Sweden) “A reminder of everything negative that happened to me, life always goes on.”
AJ (Mexico) “means Love and 13″
Tattoologist: nice and simple
Mia L (Copenhagen)
Orkide (Ankara, Turkey) “The word ‘Ailem’ means ‘My Family’ in Turkish and it’s written in the infinity sign. This because I believe that eventhough everything will change, family never does. You will always begin and end with your family.”
It means that family will always come first. I did with my mom, aunt and my cousin.
Leslie (Munich, Germany)
Irini (Zurich, Switzerland)
Natalia M (Goiânia, Brasil)
Andrea M C (NYC) “”The Condemned Heart” My first clothing line’s logo was this very condemned heart. It stood for the strong one gains from the pain of love. ”Cuz Love Killz” was the line. Tattoo by: Ozbe”
Andrea M C (NYC) “I got it on a rainy night, two days later i met a boy who lives on a boat. We’re still happily in love…call it faith.”