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Tired of putting poorly designed temporary tattoos on her daughter’s arm, Tattly’s founder Tina Roth Eisenberg took matters into her own hands. She learned what temporary tattoos are actually made of, solicited designs from a dozen world renowned artists and designers, and hired the first two team members, and Tattly began moving full force. The brand launched in 2011, featuring an all-star lineup of professional designers and illustrators. Starting with only a handful of designs, Tattly received thousands of orders from all around the world.


Tattly is all about celebrating art by licensing designs from professional artists and turning them into high-quality, vegetable-ink based, temporary tattoos. Their artists also get a generous cut of every single sale, because it is what is fair. Tattly sees their tattoos as an experience of play and self-expression, a moment of being a rebel and doing something daring.