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Perhaps no company has done more to elevate temporary tattoos to wearable art than Tattly
— The New York Times

NOW CLOSED: Tattly's First Ever Temporary Tattoo Parlor

Tattly's first ever pop-up temporary tattoo parlor was a huge success. We'd really like to thank everyone that stopped by and helped us celebrate the temporary! Stay up-to-date on future Tattly Parlor adventures and new Tattly products by signing up for our weekly newsletter, Tattly Tuesday.

Tattly temporary tattoos are still available for purchase online at tattly.comand if you have any questions about Tattly, or the Parlor, you can get in touch with us at hello@tattly.com.

Open from November 2015 through February 2016, the Tattly Parlor, a pop-up concept store located inside The Invisible Dog Art Center in the heart of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, NY was more than just a store, offering an interactive experience with appointments to ‘sleeve up’ (temporarily) with one of our skilled application artists. 

Taking aesthetic cues from the traditional gold glass-gilded signage and interior fit-out of classic tattoo parlors, Tattly added our own own unique flair to the space, with furnishings including a velvet loveseat, vintage-inspired barber’s chairs, and a sputnik chandelier. The walls of the Parlor were adorned with Tattly flash art and custom wallpaper featuring designs by Brooklyn-based tattoo artist Tea Leigh and printed by Flavor Paper.