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Illustrator Viktor Koen's work tattooed on the arms of a Dutch PhD of Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience. The butterfly-brain man was Koen’s first illustration to appear on the front page of The New York Times. The tattoo was done by Errol at Inkstituion in Rotterdam, and was placed in such a way so the two characters can look at each other (and blame each other for loosing their minds).

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Illustrator Viktor Koen's work tattooed on the arms of a Dutch PhD of Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience. The butterfly-brain man was Koen’s first illustration to appear on the front page of The New York Times. The tattoo was done by Errol at Inkstituion in Rotterdam, and was placed in such a way so the two characters can look at each other (and blame each other for loosing their minds).

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Simple silhouette, interesting concept. Also, see how the fins almost look like bird's wings?

Simple silhouette, interesting concept. Also, see how the fins almost look like bird's wings?

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