Vibrant Temporary Tattoos Designed by Famous Artists Who Ink Permanent Body Art

Many people want to don body art, but not everyone is willing to subject themselves to the painful process. Luckily, temporary tattoos have made it possible for anyone–regardless of their aversion towards needles–to wear a pain-free design on their skin. Tattoo You is a Calgary-based shop producing them with an interesting twist–famous tattoo artists are the ones creating the designs.

By featuring the work of popular creatives like Sascha Unisex and Nomi Chi, Tattoo You says that they're reinventing temporary tattoos. Specifically, they're translating the images and styles of their permanent counterparts and as a result, making them accessible for a wider audience.

There's an added benefit to the Tattoo You shop, even for those that have permanent ink: if you admire an artist's work but can't travel to them, you can still wear one of their authentic designs. See more of their selection on Etsy.

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Adorable Animals Frolic in Snow as Oregon Zoo Is Closed Due to Weather

We may be only about a month into winter, but Portland, Oregon has already seen enough snowfall to satisfy the entire season. During what has been described as a miserable few weeks laced with storms, snow days, and sub-zero temperatures, many of the City of Roses’ residents have opted to keep warm by staying indoors or bundling up before braving the cold. Though the winter blues are normal, not all Oregonians are sick of the snow.

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Betty White Turns 95 and Celebrates Her 75 Amazing Years of Acting

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