Baseman wearable art! You'll be too cool for school with these temporary tattoos. The sheet features nine designs:
Hickey the Bat is a friendly and loving fruit bat who longs to be a vampire bat, brave and strong. Hickey gets his name because his teeth aren't strong enough to break skin—he can only leave you a hickey!
The Butterfly is the result of a Metamorphosis, as played out at La Noche de la Fusion, from a cocooned caterpillar to a vibrant and triumphant butterfly.
Dumb Luck is a goofy, optimistic rabbit who, in search of luck, cut off his foot so he could carry around his own lucky rabbit's foot.
Ah, the Enlightened Chou—his life story is one of hard-earned wisdom and love, similar to that of the Buddha. Fearful of offering his love because of the harm inflicted upon other ChouChous, he saves the world by becoming the Enlightened One, collecting all its negativity and hate.
The All-Seeing Eye of Providence appears on many of Baseman's characters including Toby and his secret society of Magi. The Eye offers protection and is a reminder to think good thoughts and to perform good deeds.
Skeletons play a great role in Baseman's art—representative of human frailty and vulnerability, they are both physically and emotionally exposed.
Veritas (Latin for "Truth") is one of the Magi in Toby's Secret Society. Omniscient, the Magi are the Keepers of Our Memories.
Gefilte is inspired by one of Baseman's favorite dishes. According to Baseman, "Homemade gefilte fish tastes like love and heaven, but gefilte fish out of a jar tastes horrible."
Hotcha Cha Cha is a mischievous little devil from the Garden of Unearthly Delights who steals the innocence of angels by collecting their halos. In fact, hotchachacha, he's got a million of 'em!
Exclusive to Audrey's Museum Store at the Skirball.
Instructions included on the back side.
Ingredients are 100% non-toxic and FDA approved.
Make sure skin is hairless, dry, and free of oils and lotions.
Cut out the desired design with a pair of scissors.
Remove transparent covering.
Place the tattoo face down on skin.
Apply water to tattoo backing and wait 30 to 45 seconds.
Gently peel paper off skin.
Rinse gently with water to remove excess glue.
Do not stretch skin until tattoo has set, about 5 minutes.
Apply baby powder to help soften glossiness. Tattoos last between 2 days and 2 weeks, usually 8 to 15 days. To remove, use baby oil, rubbing alcohol, or tape.