The Christoph Niemann Low Battery Tattoo is Cleverly Communicative

By: Shiori Mine - Published: • References: tattly & lostateminor
Make a witty statement the next time midday fatigue strikes with the low battery Christoph Niemann temporary tattoo. The New York- and Berlin-based graphic designer's quirky work has been featured on the cover of magazines such as The New Yorker, Newsweek and Wired.

The temporary tat features the discerning low battery icon that flashes across laptops when thirsty for a power boost. Although the design is minimalist and straightforward, it would certainly catch the attention of a few passing pedestrians. The nonpermanent stamps can be applied to any bodily surface like the nostalgic tattoos parents would allow during festive occasions. The design could be permanently inked to those looking to make a more lasting impression.

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