Outshine the rest with a new feathered friend.
The Bird of Paradise Tattly is a detail extracted from the painting Study of Birds and Monkey (1660/1670) by the Circle of Jan van Kessel. Working with the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., this design is one of our first produced as part of a licensing partnership with an art institution.
The Bird of Paradise (Detail) is available in the Painted Plumage Set.
Tattlys are safe and non-toxic, lasting on average 2-4 days. We suggest placing on oil-free areas where skin does not stretch and keep them clean! Watch our Application Video to become a pro.
Born into a family of painters and artists, Jan van Kessel (Flemish, 1626–1679) is most well-known for his small-scale depictions of flora and fauna. Inspired by Joris Hoefnagel's (1542-1600) scientific naturalism, van Kessel's paintings, and those produced by The Circle of Jan van Kessel, are recognizably by their bright colors and intricate detailing.
This Tattly is:
- • Safe & non-toxic
- • Printed with vegetable-based ink
- • Made in the USA
- • FDA-compliant and fun for all ages