Safety Arrow Tattoo Concept – Temporary Glow-In-The-Dark Tattoo For Cyclists | By Weiche Wu & Kwang Hyun Ahn

By - March 6th, 2012

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In New York City, thanks largely to efforts by the current city administration and activists, fatalities from cycling accidents been reduced to an average of 10 each year. Still, that is 10 too many. To promote cyclist safety, Weiche Wu and Kwang Hyun Ahn, design students at the prestigious Central Saint Martins College in London, devised a simple concept – temporary glow-in-the-dark tattoos. Before a night ride out around the town, apply the arrow-form tattoos on your arms which double as your “directional signals” when you want to make a turn. Comes with a applicator compact enough to carry as a key fab, the tattoo comes in colors of orange, pink, and blue. via: Yanko Design

safety tattoo Weiche Wu Kwang Hyun Ahn 02 Safety Arrow Tattoo Concept   Temporary Glow In The Dark Tattoo For Cyclists | By Weiche Wu & Kwang Hyun Ahn

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1 comments
tom_h
tom_h

nice concept, but if you're riding at night it's a lot colder so you're going to have your sleeves down and possibly gloves. Do they stick to materials?