BTS and Inkbox collaborate on ‘Dynamite’-inspired temporary tattoo collection the Army will love

This temporary tattoo is an outline of the seven members of BTS. (BigHit Music/HYBE)

K-pop icons BTS are teaming up with Inkbox to release a collection of temporary tattoos that the BTS Army are going to be obsessed with.

The collection will feature 11 BTS-inspired designs and are priced between $16-$30, and they’re being released online on 14 April.

Luckily for fans they aren’t a US exclusive because delivery is available from Inkbox for countries across the globe.

After dominating the world with sold-out tours and number one singles, the K-pop group are making sure no stone goes unturned with the release of temporary tattoos.

Yes, the BTS Army can now brand themselves with designs inspired by the band including artwork that represents each of the seven members.

The news of the collaboration was unveiled by Hypebae, with some of the artwork being kept tightly under wraps, but the website did reveal a flower design and “Dynamite”-inspired tattoos.

Another one of the tattoos in the set is a silhouette design of the seven members of BTS with Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook all featured.

Some of the designs included in the BTS Inkbox set. (BigHit Music/HYBE)

Some of the designs included in the BTS Inkbox set. (BigHit Music/HYBE)

Other confirmed options include the “Dynamite” single logo and a pair of shooting stars as well as a teaser of other colourful designs seemingly inspired by the song’s music video.

The Inkbox brand are temporary tattoo creators that create collections of artwork that fades on your skin over time, so they won’t last forever.

Previous collaborations have included Sex Positive, Keith Haring, Rupi Kaur and F**k Racism to name a few.

Customers can also sign up to Inkbox’s mailing list and receive 20 per cent off in their inbox to use on their first order, including the BTS collection.

To find out more and to shop the BTS x Inkbox collaboration go to the website here.

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