Backs.

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Elodie M (French Island)
It’s my motto, my tenet of life. My life is a travel. ‘ tell them if I don’t survive that I was born free ‘ – Kid Rock.

Grace (Bloomington)
Got this done in England with my dad. Means unconditional love.

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A penrose triangle. It’s mathematical, geometric and is something that I always doodle in meetings.


Forever.

Words.

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 Malin (Sweden) malinasenund.se
I will always remember my youth and it will always be the best time of my life.

Madeleine J (Mariehamn, Finland)

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Wrists.

Wrist.

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Johanna (Sweden)
I tattooed the first letter of my sister’s name on the wrist, “C” as in Caroline. I wouldn’t survive a day without her.

Lieneke (The Netherlands)
Seeing a fleur de lis always makes me happy ever since my trip to South Africa where my friends and I got the nickname “The Three Musketeers”.

Fiorella (Buenos Aires)
Two connected hearts, in honor of my grandma who passed away.


Favourite.

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Maude (Québec, Canada)
This is my very first tattoo and he’s like a part of me. I’ve been really sick and it’s like my reminder of all I get throught. Each bird represent a surgery I had and the compass is to help me never forget that in my future decisions.


Symbols.

Symbol.

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Lina P (Helsingborg, Sweden), Paula (Sao Paulo, Brazil), Adeline