Have tattoos gone mainstream, or have babies become...humanized?
The ‘Love Hate Tattoo’ studio in Miami has released their "Roothless & Toothless" tattooed clothing range for tots which includes onesies, beanies, dresses, singlets, hoodies and shirts with "aggressive dragons and tigers to doe-eyed cartoonish characters."
Chris Garver, Darren Brass, Yoji Harada and James Hamilton developed the tattoo designs because they could not find kids clothes to "reflect and define who we are as parents." These guys have become semi-famous since the Discovery channel launch of the show Miami Ink.
If the threads aren't right for your babe, then have a think about the Tattoo Devil Duckie for the tub. This mean little monster will take bath time to a whole new level, and comes complete with "plucked out ... feathers, covered ... tattoos and even pierced one of his horns," according to perpetualkid.com.
Don’t mess with the duck!
The duck will only set you back $5. For the threads, expect to pay from $23 for a onesie up to $41 for a hoodie from the ‘Roothless & Toothless’ online store.
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