Ribs.

Rib.

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Stephany F (Stockholm, Sweden) http://acidyouth.blogg.se

Louisa M (Saquarema – RJ, Brasil)
Demonstration of love for my grandma! The education we have today, it was she who gave me.

Anna (Padua, Italy)
To always remind me that in life I have to try anything once… in love with this song and with Julian Casablancas.
I’ll Try Anything Once – The Strokes


Ambigram

Rib.

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Emily D
This is my ambigram: It you are biracial you are 3x as likely to be depressed and have identity issues. My tattoo says “beautiful” to everyone else, but when I look down it says “biracial” so that I never doubt that biracial is beautiful and so that no one else can rewrite who I am


Tattoo Submission: Sofie R (Denmark)

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It represents my mother, who fought cancer and kicked it’s ass.
She used to fold origami birds and hang them over my bed when I was little and she always showed me new origami animals.
She is the strongest person I have ever met and I dont look up to any one as much as I do to her. Know it is a cliché, but she is one tough woman.


Arms.

Arm.

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Alice (Hossegor)
On my shoulder, a native american totem for protection by Pony Gold and on my arm “creuser ce ciel fou” a sentence from Louis Armstrong song. My friend has the same.

Claire (Avignon, France)
I chose to tatoo the cover of Pink Floyd’s album called Dark Side Of The Moon because it symbolizes my passion for psychedelic rock music.

Vic R (England)
“An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards, so when life is dragging you back with difficulties, just remember you’ll soon be launched into something great.” My tattoo reminds me of this everyday.


Owl.

Animal.

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Julia (Stockholm)