Julien Nikolov, a graduate student from the University of Lincoln in the UK. This is silicone based reusable tattoo.
According to Nikolov, the positive relief effect achieved after application communicates essential design information through both visual and tactile stimulation. The intent of this project was to consider how technological developments could impact populations of people within construct social scenarios.
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