Tattoo Submission: Cassandra T (Madison)

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image13As a 19 year old I can honestly say I’ve been through more than most people go through in their entire lives. I’ve travelled over seas, broken numerous bones, I’ve experience losses and I’ve experienced love. Without each and every single one of these experiences I wouldn’t be who I am today. And when things are wonderful it’s easy to take things for granted. But when things don’t go as planned it’s important to remember that everything happens for a reason.


Tattoo Submission: Aleksandra (Warsaw)

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sailormoonMy first tattoo, Luna (Sailor Moon) became my own symbol because I love cats, I identify with them, and l I am kind of a moon child.


Tattoo Submission: Brigi (Budapest, Hungary)

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DSC07608ecThe Lotus (padma in sanskrit) is to remind me not to let bad things keep me down and I got the Hamsa done, because I always feel like someone is watching out for me.


Tattoo Submission: Frida H (Karlstad, Sweden)

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image1it says “beloved mother” in my mothers handwriting in Swedish. Just because she is the best mother and farher at the same time.


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Fernanda Assenato (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Every minute, so many things tries to make you a slave… rules, hierarchies, companies. This tattoo remebers me to never quit what I really think. 

Tiana (Vancouver, BC)
An inverted triangle represents the alchemist’s sign for water, which, as well as being a Scorpio, I have always felt a close connection with. It’s also a symbol for wisdom and femininity, as well as all things lunar.

Robin Smedman (Göteborg)
I’ve always loved my friend Jennys drawings. She got really pissed when I did it because all she can see is flaws. I’m actually getting one more from her but this time she is drawing it just for me!