National WWII Museum: Drafts for Crafts

I had the pleasure of creating some WWII themed temporary tattoos for the National WWII Museum!

My tattoos were revealed last Friday night at the 3rd Annual Drafts for Crafts fundraiser in the Boing Center.  

The WWII museum has spent almost a decade restoring the PT-305, a patrol-torpedo navy boat, that was originally launched in Lake Pontchartrain more than 70 years ago.


Here are some of my tattoos in action:

Set #1, celebrating the women workers of WWII:


Set #3, some miscellaneous patriotic tattoos:

Special thanks to the WWII museum for such a fun illustration job and for throwing a great party!   

My partner, Stephen, and I really enjoyed ourselves.  We saw John Goodman, ate a bunch of food, drank some sazeracs, danced all night, and pretty much had the best time ever.  Seeing my designs around the room was super cool, too!