The most infamous optical illusion 'Rabbit-Duck' dates back to 1892, but modern day artists have found their own unique ways to trick your eyeballs - two in one tattoos. Through strategic placement, each image comes to life and transforms with the client's body movement.
It can be hard to commit to a specific dinner plan at times, so most of us would probably balk at the idea of getting an impulse tattoo. And if we did finally decide to get inked, I suspect that we would put at least some thought into what exactly the artist would put on our skin. But this is not an article about good decision-making.
A dissatisfaction with the quality of the tattoo is one of the main reasons why people want to get rid of ink on their body. Unfortunately, sometimes it happens that the idea looks amazing, while the actual execution turns out to be a complete failure. And then, the notion of expectation vs reality is fully revealed.