Temporary Tattoos Bring Dutch Masterpieces To Life

Temporary Tattoos Bring Dutch Masterpieces To Life

A partnership between Tattly and The National Gallery Of Art in Washington brings fine art to your skin

Jennifer Passas
  • 24 august 2016

Tired of putting mediocre temporary tattoos onto her daughter’s arm, Tina Roth Eisenberg, founder of swissmiss decided to do something about it. In 2011 she launched Tattly, an online temporary tattoo shop that featured professional designers and illustrators. Now five years and tens of thousands of temporary tattoos later, Tattly has partnered with the National Gallery of Art in Washington to launch a special packaged set of temporary tattoos featuring elements from two paintings by Dutch Master Jan van Kessel.

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