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Recently, tattoo artist, Matt Pehrson, left social media users amazed after designing and applying an insane new tattoo on the back of his friend’s head.

Pherson took this tattoo to the next level by creating an incredible optical illusion, which he tattooed on the back of his client and friend’s head.

Matt, who works at the Zion Tattoo Company in Utah, went to new extremes in his latest project. He personally designed an "insane optical illusion" for his friend, Ryan.

Matt started the tattoo by inking a series of thick lines on the back of Ryan’s bald head, diverting inwards to the back of his skull.

After his clever decision, and with the help of some clever shading tricks, Matt managed to make it look like a massive gaping hole.

This tattoo has blown the minds of tattoo fans everywhere, and they just can't get enough.

Matt, who has over 65,800 followers, originally posted the picture on his Instagram account back in April, and recently received increased attention.

He posted the picture with the caption, "Did a crazy thing on my friend Ryan today...We have a lot left to finish on his dome. What do you all think of a piece like this?"

Since he first shared the picture of his work, the post has received more than 11,400 likes, and over thousands of comments of fans praising his work.

"Literally looks like he has a hole in the back of his head holy s*** good job," One fan wrote, while another added "OMG that looks fantastic!!!!"

Ryan still hasn’t finished his tattoo journey with Matt as yet, but with so many fans urging him to post a picture of the "finished product", we can hopefully expect to see one soon. And, with a vibrant shark on his neck, and another graphic design on his temple it may be possible that Matt will be joining everything up.

"This is the most insane optical illusion," he said.

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