Ribs.

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Elspeth H
The symbol is part of a west African collection of symbols called Adinkra, and it’s called Epa (meaning handcuffs) and it represents law and justice.

Guadalupe (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
“The essential is invisible to the eyes”, from The little prince, in spanish.

Froso (Greece)
“πουθενά δεν πάω, μ’ακούς  ή κανείς ή κι οι δύο μαζί, μ’ακούς” - “I’m not going anywhere, do you hear me. Either nobody or both of us together, do you hear me”
It’s Greek, my own handwriting from The Monogram written by Odysseus Elytis


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Veronica (Milan)

When my mum got breast cancer I decided to get this tatoo “‘Ohana” = family. My mum’s writing

Bianca (Germany)

Emma (Stockholm)


A Hundred Reasons.

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source: Rosa (Finland, Helsinki)


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source: Zoe (Fl) “Even as we age we still remain timeless at heart.”, Jelena (Croatia), Sabina (Sweden)


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Cajsa “Embrace every moment”

Renee (Holland) “I got it, two days before my mom died of cancer, and i had the tattoo for my mom.”

Elin “Vildhjärta”