Momondo is a travel company that was founded on the belief that "everyone should be able to travel the world because traveling makes us more open-minded and tolerant." They recently teamed up with Berlin-based artist Mo Ganji to put their message into practice through one of the biggest and boldest tattoo projects ever created. The World Piece brought together 61 strangers from around the globe and united them through a continuous tattoo. The tattoos were crafted in Ganji's signature single line style and reflected the personal journey of each individual involved.
When the participants came together and formed a circle, they were not only connected by their tattoos but they had the opportunity to share their own stories and show that no matter how different we may appear, the human experience is borderless.
However, The World Piece is not yet complete. Momondo is looking to complete the circle with two more participants and you have the chance to be part of a once in a lifetime experience if chosen. The two winners will not only win a free tattoo that connects them to the project, they will also receive a three-day trip to Berlin with flights and lodging accounted for. To be part of The World Piece, visit this website and tell your story for a chance of a lifetime.
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