The temporary tattoo company will celebrate national forests at the country's biggest Easter party

Tattly has been making some power moves. You might’ve noticed how involved they were in various art and fashion events last year. Critical to Tattly’s business are the highly admired artists, designers and illustrators, whom receive royalties from the sales of their work.

This year the young and fast-growing temporary tattoo company will enhance its star-studded reputation by celebrating 100 years since the establishment of the National Park Service through experiential marketing at the White House’s prestigious annual Easter celebration. They will be providing attendees special designs from Sesame Street and Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

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