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Anna(København/Copenhagen, Denmark)
This stands for hope, and always hoping for the best. Some times we don’t have the power to change things, all we can do is hope for best.

Adriana (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

Helena (Linköping, Sweden)
Swedish heritage, forever friendship, the desire to travel and the world at our feet in one tattoo.
5 close friends, swedish and american, got this tattoo to connect us forever.
Värld means World.


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Filippa B (Sweden)  filippabarve.se, Annie (Sweden), Elodie (Ghent)


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Sara (Helsinki, Finland) instagram.com/mutikkakeitto
The story to my tattoo is very simple. I fell in love with Paris  few years ago when i had a chance to get there.
Its going to be always the city where i fell in love again with my boyfriend of 4 years.  Next summer i am planning to get there back.

Madeleine (from Sweden) madeleinenajafi.blogspot.com

Ivana (Rijeka, Croatia)
Tattoo represents initial letters of members of my family, which form word SIN – we are all made from sin.


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Sina (Germany)
I love all of my busdrivers especially one of them who has already quit the job… Michael. I love him, he means the world to me.. but he doesn’t know.

Emma B (Varberg, Sweden)


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Jenny  (Helsinki)
I had it made in Thailand, it is a bamboo tattoo. The meaning for me is that I have to stop worrying about everything. I bought a ticket to Thailand three days before the trip and it also represents my backpacking trip which I had to do when my boyfriend left me.

Peppina (Finland)
I got my first tattoo in the end of my exchange year in Mexico. Vive el presente means live for today in Spanish, because that is what the best and hardest year of my life taught me.