A Temporary Tattoo Inspired by Pantone Chips!
In contrast to my earlier post today about permanent inking here's a much more light-hearted temporary option. As part of the Designy Temporary Tattoos from Tattly, graphic designer Josh Smith created an ode to Pantone color chips by creating a temp tatt inspired by their color chips.
The transparent rubdown is named TATTONE and uses the numbers and letters "5k1n" spell out skin:
Each sheet comes with 2 chip-sized Tattones and a deluxe-sized Tattone for when you need to send a stronger message. $5
Buy it here
To see the full collection of Designy Temporary tattoos, visit Tattly here.
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