Stop us if you’ve heard this one.
Q: What did the commitmentphobe with an eye for design say to the kindergartner?
A: I’ve been thinking about getting the very same Jessi Arrington Color Burst temporary tat.
Created by Swissmiss, a.k.a. designer Tina Roth Eisenberg, in response to her 5-year-old daughter’s desire to wear biker-friendly flash art, Tattly is a collection of work from graphic mavericks and illustrious illustrators that you can wear for a spell and then wash away.
Act all tough mixing and matching Frank Chimero’s Knucks digit verbiage or slapping on Marc Johns’s pipe-smoking Rabbit. Wave your A/V club flag high with Josh Smith’s Cursors (both default and hand are included), Jennifer Ward’s Speak Up vintage mic, or Julia Rothman’s Instant Camera.
Much like application, the decision process is actually quite painless: Each is just five bucks.
Available online at tatt.ly.
Photo: Courtesy of Tattly