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  • How to use temporary tattoos in museums to generate curiosity amongst children in arts

    custom_temporary_tattoos_concept_for_museums_in_singapore Convert the museum artwork into temporary tattoos and get the children interested in arts

    Tattoos have been known to exist beside us since ages...only that their usage, types and the manifesting process has changed from time to time. Temporary tattoos came to a powerful posture in the 20th century with bubble gums offering them inside their packaging and that too free of cost. Kids endured it with all delight and eventually got crazy for it... I as a millennial is a living witness o this!

    So, Tattoo for fun proposes quite a common way of indulgence for kids. Here let us not forget the fact that the children must definitely be engaged in some of the other learning processes. As all of us are aware that learning is not confined to any boundaries. It can come from almost any source. These days’ schools and teaching styles are inclined more towards practical ways of teaching and for this purpose excursion and visits to various educational places are a part of the curriculum.

    However, there are various educational places which do not have the privilege to be interesting. Places like amusement parks have the fun quotient for children but what can one say about industrial visits like a local dairy factory, Museums or the famous garden. So, it is up to the guides and teachers to make these excursions happy and interesting ones. Temporary tattoos can be one beautiful way to engage children with not so interesting educational places. Distribution of temporary tattoos to children will encourage them to show interest in those places and eventually they would end up loving those places.

    Ace temporary tattoo designers Adam and Imke are two people who have positively garnered the idea of converting not so lucrative in educational places into attractive temporary tattoos for children. They even showcased this talent at the Rijks Award 2017, under the name RijksTattoo's. The competition is based on the idea that you take some of the artworks from the museum and make something different with them. Temporary tattoos were Adam and Imke’s presentation under this competition. They converted the artworks into creatively designed temporary tattoos which were loved by the audience. This was one instance of how a boring museum visit of children could be transformed into an interesting one.

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    Not only museums but also places like historical monuments, botanical gardens, and process industries can be made lucrative for children to learn these things using the temporary tattoo concept. Educational institutions must cleverly gear up on this concept to gauge the attention of the even the distractive kiddos out there.

    Gumtoo is highly obliged to designers Adam and Imke who shared their unique temporary design concept with us. We are inclined to being into a collaborative mood with educational institutions to provide more horizons to this concept.

    Brief introduction of the designers who are studying spatial design course in Helmond.

    Adam is the Guy with long hair and way too many plants in his apartment. His designs are meant to be simple, pretty and tell stories.

    adam_museum_temporary_tattoos_concept Adam Bialek
    Portfolio - be.net/AdamBialek

    Imke is always on the hunt for Beer and is fond of big hats and laughing. She has larger than life imagination and always looking for new inspiration.

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    Portfolio - issuu.com/imkelitjens/docs/portfolio

    Both Adam and Imke are studying spatial design in Helmond.

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  • Jingle All the Way: 7 Interesting Ways to Engage Your Employees at Work this Christmas

    This is the season of giving and receiving, of plum cakes and wine and of celebrating the birth of Christ; why then should you not treat your employees to a little holiday cheer at work. Keep them motivated for the next year that would arrive in a week, and show them who the big daddy is? The big daddy cares, and hence a little fun at work with these seven fun activities can do wonders!

    Seven best ideas to choose from

    They aren’t only ideas for fun, but ideas that would help employees think out of the box and help with marketing promos and ideas for your companies’ products and services too. The idea is to treat each employee as a customer; internal customers kept happy, and they would bring in more customers from outside!

    Play Sign up

    Begin now and speak to your IT team at work to set up a small portal (intranet enabled) for the office staff only. Open up a page of HACKS, which educates your employees about the products and services your company makes, and how it could help them shop, save and enjoy a better Christmas. Throw in daily deals and alerts, and encourage them to sign up too. Announce freebies and coupons at the end of the season, and let the rest keep waiting with baited breath for the bumper prize on Christmas.

    Hide Christmas stockings around nooks and corners

    Not a word to mention, but do get your housekeeping team to fill in stockings with notes (small chits which has prizes quoted on them). Hang these precious stockings in various colours across the workplace- at lunch when most are unaware and for 5 minutes only, announce a competition where the employees would have to find a note which says “Santa Claus is coming to town”- the team that finds the stocking first, gets the bumper prize.

    Wrapping lines

    Form two teams at work and make them stand in two snakes lines each. Place two tables for each team. The idea is to watch team work and to encourage team building. Place scissors, glue, paper and marbles on each table. Give each team 20 seconds (per person) to create a paper box with the props given, in which they would fill in 10 marbles (seems impossible). Each box with marbles needs to be delivered to the boss’s cubicle. The box with less than ten marbles would be rejected!

    Play word find

    Use Christmassy tags around the work place- some too big, some too small and some very tiny- place them around the cubicle, the workstation, the cafeteria and the water-drinking area too. Now send out an email with a subtle hint to what you want them to find. The team or individual who gets all ten right, wins a hamper.

    Pose like a diva

    Organize a photo session or a photo booth and ask your team to use props like temporary tattoos and to pose with them. The most creative, whackiest and funniest snapshot goes live and wins a hamper!

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    Christmas memory game

    Divide the office into as many teams as possible and ask them to chant out the number of products or services impromptu your company brought out to the market, acquired or is in the pipeline for 2015! Give them no time to prepare!

    Bake a plum cake game

    Organize two teams and ask them to bake two large enough plum cakes at work (raw materials and resources provided by you) emulating the company’s products and services. The winning team gets a hamper!

    It is but a jolly good season to be engaged and to engage others around in a little pokey fun! While doing so, remember you not only would keep your staff motivated, but would help them think out of the box and market your brand too!

     

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  • 5 Interesting Ways You Can Enchant Your Office Colleagues

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    ‘FUN AT WORK’, who wouldn’t want their little dose of witticisms and plenty of laughter around, while crunching numbers and meeting deadlines! Every self-respecting employee across the world would raise their hands to this idea. And with that being said, as an owner of a prestigious venture or a boss leading a team, keeping your sheep happy, brings in more wool. Here are five funny games that you could play at work, which resonate with team building and interpersonal relationships at work. Read and apply dear boss!

    Who stole my sheep?

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    This is a fairly relative new game which has just started doing the rounds, where there would be two teams respectively. The aim is to create team building while enjoying a BBQ on the office terrace one Friday evening after work- helps bond employees closer. Grab a box of woolen bales, glue sticks and accessories for the eyes, the nose and the tail. Each team in less than five minutes would have to create as many sheep as possible (they are allowed to rob from the other team a finished sheep too) and submit it at the customers’ corner (the boss’s table). Since the woolen bales would be of the same colour, even when robbed there is no telling who robbed how many. The aim is to coordinate and count while production happens, and keep an eye on the miscreant competitor’s ways too.

    Haute couture at work

    Divide the office staff into three or four teams, and hand out old newspaper sheets, cardboard boxes, glue sticks, pins and colorful ribbons. The aim is to dole out stylish gowns to the boss for his daughters first prom. Each team would have a gown each made from the props given and submitted in ten minutes to the boss. Believe us when we say, this is one team building exercise that wouldn’t want to stop.

    Bake a mud cake

    For this you would need plenty of nursery mud, a few earthen pots, plastic hand-shovels and a couple of colorful leaves made from plastic to use as embellishments. Think it is easy to make a mud cake; no it isn’t! Not when it is DRY MUD. The challenge here is to make a DRY MUD CAKE, sans moisture in it and with colorful toppings. Seems impossible but the client’s demands have to be met!

    Play bridal doll up

    Divide the office staff in groups of four, and hand over a box of skin-friendly cosmetic paints to them. Show them four to five exotic bridal make-up photographs of your choice from ethnic pages online and across the world. The models would only be the women in the team, while the challenge falls on the men, and without a word spoken and the women blindfolded, the women would guide the men with hand gestures on applying the motifs and makeup on their face. Time limit would be five minutes per team- impress the boss.

    Lady GaGa at work

    While the party is on, set a theme to that of Lady GaGa and ask every team to speak and communicate with the customer (the boss) only in a song chosen by him or her. Whatever they wish to tell you or ask from you, should be in a line or two from the song chosen by you (only Lady GaGa songs). The idea is to communicate effectively, even though a real-life client may not understand jargons and yet needs your services.

    Here were five funny games that haven’t been played before but would become hits for sure, when everyone indulges in them. The winning team obviously would be honoured with gifts and prizes; mementos galore. And when all is well and happy, there is more productivity too! Have fun!

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  • SG50 Custom Temporary Tattoos

    In 2015, the nation will celebrate Singapore’s 50th anniversary of independence. SG50 will be the golden jubilee celebration for Singapore. It's time to celebrate the success of the nation-city. It is time to celebrate the journey. Gumtoo is proud to be a Singaporean company and we owe it to the occasion; we present our very own SG50 custom temporary tattoos.

    SSG50 SG50 - Celebrate the red dot

    We loved the SG50 logo for its simplicity and bold colors. When we sat down to design our own version of the same for the tattoos, we decided to stick to its original simplicity, yet add more vibrancy. The designs, when completed looked superb and we thought that they will look wonderful as tattoos. The tattoos look even better in reality! The colors just ooze positive feeling and a sense of celebration.

    Celebrate SG50 in style Celebrate SG50 in style

    Custom gumtoos are a great way to connect your brand with your fans, customers and guests in a unique fun way. So if you are organizing any events to celebrate the golden jubilee and would like to add some fun factor, do drop us a note at sales@gumtoo.com

    SG50 Made to order temporary tattoos for SG50

    Singaporeans can look forward to an exciting year in 2015. Indulge in the splash of colors via SG50 custom (or made to order) temporary tattoos and attend the large variety of events to celebrate our nation’s 50th year of independence.

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  • Cricket Temporary Tattoos- Building Up The Sporty Atmosphere In Style

    Hollywood and Bollywood for now can take a back seat; the upcoming Cricket World Cup fever is already catching up – wild and strong. Media shutterbugs are talking a lot about their favourite teams, players and yes, their fascination to get inked; just as their favourite cricketers have in the past. If you are a cricket buff – just getting to the stadium to watch a match live, doesn’t prove your ‘loyalty’. Build up the momentum that leads to the big game – temporary tattoos sporting cricket motifs, legions, players and more should now be on your mind.

    Famous cricketers whose tattoos you could imitate

    Michael Clarke- Famous Australian cricketer has a tattoo in Arabic placed well on the left hand.

    Michael Clarke Famous Australian cricketer has a tattoo in Arabic placed well on the left hand Michale Ckarke with an Arabic tattoo
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    Virat Kohli – India’s sweetheart, on and off the field is known for his style, dapper looks and yes of course, his tattoos. A Japanese Samurai is what he’s been inked with, and his zodiac sign too – Scorpio.

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    Kevin Pietersen- England’s player is known for his undying love for tattoos- he shows them off in style when in public too. Roman Numerals DCXXVI denotes his position in the English team.

    Kevin Pieterson roman numeral permanent tattoos Source : www.independant.co.uk

    Mitchell Johsnon- Australian cricketer has cherry blossoms and a Japanese Koi, adoring his right hand. Little does the world know, he has a cat tattooed on his hot abs too!

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    For hardcore cricket fans wanting to be associated with the upcoming World Cup Cricket saga, getting inked temporarily is one of the best ways to show their loyalty. In addition to cheer sticks, glow sticks, foam hands and luxe sporty wear and apparel – the quaint yet bold and very vibrant temporary cricket tattoos are now a rage.

    Fans across the nation and in other parts of the world are making beelines outside tattoo parlours – however, if you wish not to be inked for life; temporary designer tattoos are the way to go.

    Build a community atmosphere

    One of the best ways to build up to the game and create a sporty aura around would be with temporary tattoos. Get as wacky and wild with them; it is all about creativity and innovation – the right certified and trained experts would be best to advise and help on the same.

    Honestly speaking, there wouldn’t be a better way to show your crazy-fan-wildness towards your favourite teams – even at work your boss wouldn’t mind you sporting the body art. A special cricket tattoo is a must, and flaunting them around would burn your rivals – envy and jealous ones especially.

    Famous cricket tattoo ideas

    - Cricketers faces
    - Bats and balls
    - Signatures
    - Cricket motifs
    - Stadium caricatures
    - Colourful emo-motifs

    Insane yet super cool, trendy and chic too – temporary design cricket tattoos are the in-thing now. You are just a step away from showing the world your calibre of being the best fan around – tattoo designs are aplenty to choose from, make no bones about the choice you indulge in.

    India ICC world cup India cricket tattoos Team India cricket temporary tattoos exclusively for fans are available at www.amazon.in and www.flipkart.com
    Cricket temporary tattoos for India Wear the Indian flag temporary tattoos and support Team India. Available at www.amazon.in and www.flipkart.com
    India cricket bat temporary tattoo stickers You can also use temporary tattoos to make your cricket bat colourful and fun! Team India cricket temporary tattoos available at www.amazon.in and www.flipkart.com

     Have you decided which one to sport this time around- the World Cup Fever has begun; and getting inked temporarily is your dose!

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