Featured on Kickstarter Blog

We’re not just fans of using Kickstarter as a great way to connect with followers and fund our Monster Pack of Tattoos—we’re also fans of the Kickstarter platform. With over 26,788 successful projects launched, and over $245M raised over the last three years, we love what Kickstarter has done for independent creators.

That’s why we feel absolutely honored to be featured on the Kickstarter blog!

Here’s what Kickstarter has to say about our Monster Pack of tattoos:

“Ever want to delve into the world of temporary tattoos but can’t really vibe on unicorns and zombies? No worries, as the tattoo club in Salt Lake City has got you covered with a variety of Monsters, 16 in all, created by a group of likeminded, yet individualist artists and graphic designers. These aren’t your standard temporary tats, more like miniature animated characters that happen to live on your arm, or leg, or ankle, rather than a TV screen or a comic book. Imagine what could happen if they banded together to form a sleeve down your arm? Hilarity, and awesomeness, ensues.”

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About Jess Smart Smiley

Jess Smart Smiley makes rad pictures with his bare hands. He has written and illustrated 13 books, including "Upside Down: A Vampire Tale" (Top Shelf Productions, 2012), an all-ages graphic novel; and "Rumpus on the Run: A Monster-Look-n-Find Book". Jess is currently writing his first novel, "Jack Tinn and the Aquanauts", an epic fantasy adventure for young adults. See more of Jess's work at http://www.Jess-Smiley.com
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