Tattoo shop customer stunned after discovering ‘hidden’ message in design: ‘It’s so bad’
A client is upset that a tattoo artist write a secret message in their tattoo.
They posted the situation on Reddit‘s”Am I the A******? (AITA)“forum. The client requested a replica family photo and was pleased with the artwork. But later they realized the tattoo artist had inserted the initials “AJ” without permission.
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“I went to a tattoo shop in my area, with a picture of the tattoo I wanted,” the customer said. wrote. “He was one of my dad got to honor my late grandfather whose dad had it too. But the thing is, it was important to me that the tattoo looked EXACTLY as it did in the photo.
“I arrive at the shop, I explain everything, I pay, I get a tattoo, and it’s over, I think it’s great, everything is great! Until a few weeks later when I show the tattoo to my great-grandmother. She’s static, grabs my arm to look at it and compliment it, then asks, ‘Who’s AJ?’ »
The client didn’t realize that the tattoo wasn’t exactly the same as the photo.
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“I ask her what she means, and she points out on the tattoo where the initials A and J or maybe T were hidden in the tattoo,” they said. Explain. “I’m instantly pissed, because my artist name is Alice Trever. She’s trying to make sure it wasn’t big deal though I hadn’t noticed until now, but I reached out to the artist a little irritated anyway.
“They told me the style of the art I have is called traditional and it’s “pretty traditional” for all the artists who do that style to do it. I asked for a partial refund and they refused, so I complained to the owner who asked the artist to give me a full refund. Now the artist is running a full smear campaign, talking about moving stores and all sorts of bullshit.
Editors felt that the client was absolutely right.
“It’s so bad”, a user mentioned.
“They kind of branded you with their initials and they should be fired,” someone commented.
“Tattoo artists cannot sign their work because their canvas is a human being. This is KNOWN. This is conventionally understood”, a person wrote.
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