All chicken hearted freaks who want their skins painted but don’t have the heart to rebel, must kiss Susan Setz’s creative hands for coloring their lives. The Vancouver fashion designer has melted the pain and permanency of tattooing by blending funky fashion with body art.
‘I was watching a Bif Naked video,’ Ms. Setz said, referring to the multi-tattooed Vancouver singer, ‘and I thought how appealing some of the designs were, and I thought, ‘I love it, but I’d never do it.’ I wondered about taking the art form and transforming it into a fashion statement. I couldn’t figure out how to keep the ‘flash’ authentic . . . and make the fabric look like skin. Then I got this idea to print tattoos on mesh. It was a flash from the Big Guy,’ she added with a grin. (Thanks: The Globe and Mail)
The tattoo designer suits made of stretchy mesh are available in shades from vanilla to chocolate, which become transparent against any skin. It’s a cool idea to wear the art and take it off whenever you like. But remember you won’t be able to get the real hot feeling of wearing a tattoo, it’s ultimate and matchless. Believe me!
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