Tattoo DesignerSource:- Google.com.pk
Temp tattoos provide parents' cell numbers
Even the most diligent parent can lose a kid now and then — mostly now. A new product may help take some of the angst and desperation out of such an event.
SafetyTats are temporary tattoos that read “If Lost, Please Call” and list a parent or guardian's cell number.
They were invented by a mom named Michele Welsh, who as a precaution would write her cell number on her children’s arms in crowded public venues, like theme parks. She explained to her three active boys to stay with Mommy and Daddy, but they were told that if they did get separated, they could show the numbers to an adult.
But throughout the day she constantly had to rewrite the numbers because water, sweat and sunblock kept wiping them off. That day inspired her to create Safety Tat.
Designed to be worn on a child's arm or hand, SafetyTats are easy to apply, its makers say, and are perfect for amusement parks or other crowded surroundings.
The company offers many different options for tattoos, from traditional temps to peel and stick. There are options for names of the parents, allergies and other pertinent
We just got into beautiful Cobh in County Cork, Ireland for the Traditional Tattoo & World Culture Festival this weekend, and the artists are all artists pouring in. Just saw the wonderful Colin Dale of Skin & Bone Tattoo in Denmark, whose Nordic dotwork is spectacular. We also got to hang with Cammy of Divine Canvas on the flight over from Edinburgh, Scotland. [Air Lingus unintentionally(?) grouped the tattooed freaks together on the plane, so the party has started early.]
Brian and I decided to fly into Edinburgh, Scotland for a couple days of sightseeing before the fest and on our itinerary was Red Hot & Blue Tattoo, Paul Slifer's shop, which is home to a number of stellar tattooists.
Ok, when I visit tattoo studios and I'm not getting tattooed, I never want to take artists' time away from work and nerd out on them, but the Red Hot & Blue crew were so gracious with my geekiness. Jason aka Zig Zag, had just finished a piece, so he had time to chat and we got to look through all their great portfolios, so I wanted to give a shout out to the shop and say thanks for the hospitality.
THE VANISHING TATTOO'S TATTOO THEATER
The mother of all tattoo websites, The Vanishing Tattoo, which is one of the oldest and most comprehensive online resources on the art, has a new feature that I'm just loving:
Check out the Tattoo Theater, a collection of video interviews, like the one above, with tattoo legends talking about everything from getting your first tattoo to old time tales of tattooists working in meat lockers and plexiglass-protected spaces to keep the bullets away. It's a treasure trove of thrilling stories. More footage will be added to the Theater on a regular basis.