In his essay Ornament & Crime, famous architect Adolf Loos believed that it was a crime to add ornamentation to any smooth surface and that doing so would cause the object to go out of style. He went on further to describe the object as "degenerate" and subscribed to the idea that the progress of culture is associated with the deletion of ornamentation of everyday objects...
It's too bad Scribble removable wall tattoos weren't around when Adolf Loos was, or his whole philosophy might have changed.
While we're not fans of permanent wall stickers, these fantastic matte vinyl tattoos adhere to any clean flat surface and are completely removable. Now you can transform the look of your room on a whim. They're easy to apply and leave no trace when they're removed. They not only stick on walls, but laptops, mirrors, and furniture as well. You can even create a custom " graffiti-style tagger" design of your liking, without breaking any laws.
We think Mr. Loos might have approved.