It was bound to happen, we just didn’t expect it this soon.
Following a much reported optical illusion controversy about a Roman Originals dress on Thursday and Friday of this past week, Daniel Howland, 24, got a tattoo to honor the optical illusion controversy.
Howland is from Austin, Texas and the tattoo was free. He shared it on his Instagram where it immediately went viral.
The dress, which did indeed turn out to blue and black (below), was reported about on all major news channels in the United States and had experts weighing in, including Bill Nye the Science Guy.
But to get it tattooed on you, that’s… something.