We've certainly seen some cool tattoos in our time, but this green screen Rick And Morty tat might just take the cake! Below, take a look at the amazingly interactive body ink creation by Kentucky-based tattoo artist Roy Lee Rowlett.

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The trippy Ricky And Morty-themed tattoo has gone viral, thanks in part to its inventive use of chroma keying. Rowlett says it works the same as video compositing and visual effects in post-production for TV and film, as reported by BuzzFeed.

"You saturate an area of skin with green, or any other color depending on how good you are with the software," he says of the green screen process. "Then [you] use video editing software or an app on your phone to overlay a video."

What do you think of the tattoo? Would you sport a green screen tattoo like this Rick And Morty art by Rowlett? Sound off in the comments and let us know your take.

Did this super fun green screen tattoo tonight.

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