Getting a tattoo is risky -- pick the wrong design and you could end up with a tramp-stamp, but get it at the wrong shop and you could contract the Hep B to back it up. Ink yourself all cool-like sans commitment, thanks to Tatt.ly.
From a Swiss-born designer sick of "bad-clip-art" temp tats, Tatt’s a new e-shop of weirder ones worked up by her and 14 designer pals from the world over, from pipe-smoking rabbits, to old-school Apple mouse cursors intended for under your eye, though considering it's a temporary tattoo, the only thing you've murdered is your street cred. The initial pickens:
Objects: An aqua '80s-style digital watch (intended for your wrist) whose face reads “LATE”, a multicolored, instrument-paneled old-school robot, and a vintage desk microphone, whose designer recommends you “put multiples on your fingers for big announcements”, which math nerds refer to as E=MC-ing.
Abstracts: From a wild mess of thin lines aptly titled “Scribble”, to a hollow circle with slits that's meant to resemble a camera aperture (throw it on your nethers to be doubly exposed).
More: Everything from a Pantone-style color square of your skin, to a nautically-anchored design for "MOTHER", to knuckle jobs that'll spell out phrases like "play hard", and "burn slow", though it might be more accurate to flip it around if you've really backed up that tramp-stamp.