LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A former Myspace software engineer has announced the launch of Tattapic, a new online platform featuring hundreds of unique and exclusive custom artwork designs that can be instantly converted into high quality, realistic temporary tattoos.
After getting their start in the B2B space working with clients across industries as diverse as TV and film, Corporate America, and charities, Tattapic, as in "tattoo any picture," recently shifted to a consumer-facing focus.
The company's goal is to offer customers all the aesthetic and style perks of getting a real tattoo minus the pain, cost, or lifelong commitment involved.
Instead of glossy designs that resemble stickers more than tattoos, Tattapic's proprietary Tatt Be Real® Potion enables long-lasting, realistic tattoos. FDA-approved safe, the potion imparts a matte-like finish which more closely resembles that of an actual tattoo. The potion also acts as a sealant, allowing the tattoo to last upwards of a week.
Tattapic's online hub also provides an economic incentive to designers and artists, who can upload their work and receive royalties whenever someone places an order for their design in temporary tattoo form. Tattoo buyers also have the option to upload and convert their own images or artwork.
While Tattapic is ideal for people who want to "try before they buy," the company really wants to make their mark as a solution for creatives and free spirits who don't want to be bound by one piece of art for a lifetime to have the ability to turn any piece of art into the highest quality temporary tattoo on the market.
Unlike most temporary tattoo providers, which cater mainly to commercial bulk sales, Tattapic does not require minimum order commitments. Customers can purchase tattoos of any size in quantities from 1 to a million. Once an order is placed, the tattoo and potion are in the mail the next day.
When asked about what inspired his decision to transition from software to the temporary tattoo business, Founder Sam Bagdassarian said, "I've always been drawn to an urge to build something from the ground up. Taking that as my foundation, and being very much into tattoos but never committing to a permanent one, I wanted to combine those two forces by offering an alternative to the temporary flash tattoo trend where everyone's walking around with identical ink. Whether real or not, the whole point of a tattoo is to express your own message and meaning as it pertains to you. That's what we hope to encourage with Tattapic."
To learn more about Tattapic, browse their collection of original artwork, or upload your own, visit the company's website here.
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Sam Bagdassarian, Founder