Everything old is new again with the wildly imaginative graphics inspired by steampunk's mixture of antique and modern styles. Four colorful, easy-to-apply (and remove) tattoos depict a variety of steampunk standbys, including an airship, a winged emblem, and an intriguing mix of wrenches, gears, and... read more
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Everything old is new again with the wildly imaginative graphics inspired by steampunk's mixture of antique and modern styles. Four colorful, easy-to-apply (and remove) tattoos depict a variety of steampunk standbys, including an airship, a winged emblem, and an intriguing mix of wrenches, gears, and clockworks.
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