Party tattoos for kids

Tattyoo and Partylicious today announced their partnership and unveiled their first joint product: five new tattoo concepts for children. Designed by renowned artists, Tattyoo invite's themselves to an unforgettable birthday party!

The Tattyoo brand, a figurehead in ephemeral body art, is delighted to be partnering with Swiss online boutique Partylicious to oer a new range of temporary tattoos dedicated to children parties. The Swiss brands have invited some of the best artists to design this new concept. Ingela P. Arrhenius' (Sweden) interpretation of the circus theme draws on inspiration from the 60's; whilst kids enjoying the new 'super super-hero’ tattoos from Minilabo (France) will find themselves fantastically provided with superpowers! For the classic themes of the fabulous princess and brave knight, the Swiss companies chose the talented Laura Blythman (Australia) and Emily Dumas, of Flowers in May (USA). Finally, the famous duo of Canadian artists, Studio Tipi, designed an amazing and generous sheet on the theme of American Indians which will delight the most adventurous of kids!

Partylicious is an online boutique that sells exclusive kits that contain everything you need to decorate and organise a party. Each box has, around one original theme, unique objects sourced or even designed by Emily Michel-Odier and Helen Martelli, the two creators of the brand. They play with colours, patterns and symbols to oer a new interpretation of classical themes. Everything is collected with love and taste to create a generous kit.

Tattyoo was founded in June 2012 and the tattoos are now sold in 300 shops in more than 30 countries. They are both a hymn to contemporary illustration and a link between artists and the public, young and old alike. Tattyoo recently collaborated with French children swear couture house Bonpoint. These models will be for sale from 15 February on the site and in a selection of stores and museums worldwide, notably in Europe, Asia, North American and Australia. The tattoos are also included in some of the party boxes from Partylicious

Photography: matthieu spohn

February 13, 2014 by Xavier Grousson
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