So, where is Waldo? On music producer John Mosley's back, apparently.
The tall, lanky children's book character (and 150 of his closest friends) was tattooed on the back of the 22-year-old as part of a 24-hour tattoo challenge to raise money for London's Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital this weekend.
Tattoo artist Rytch Soddy decided to create the intricate scene free of charge if he could raise a minimum of about $820 for the charity, according to Norwich Evening News 24.
CAN YOU FIND WALDO?
Where's Waldo? He's somewhere on John Mosley's back. The Norwich resident recently got this elaborate tattoo inspired by the popular picture books to help raise funds for children at the Great Ormond Street Hospital. Click through to see Waldo's whereabouts. Credit: Alban Donohoe, Albanpix.com
There he is! Tattoo artist Rytch Soddy spent 24 hours working on the complicated "Where's Waldo" tattoo. Credit: Alban Donohoe, Albanpix.com
Soddy and Mosley managed to raise about $3,280 to donate to the hospital.
Well, the effort paid off. The pair reportedly raised about about $3,280 to donate to the hospital.
Soddy worked on the tattoo for a full day with a two-minute break every hour, The Daily Mail reports. Soddy said it was the longest he's ever worked on a piece.
The finished result features inch-and-a-half high people in normal dress and historic and fantasy figures like Vikings, pirates, a caveman, cowboys and Star Wars character.
As well as the distinctive Norwich skyline, it also includes a pair of UFO flying saucers and a rocket blasting into the sky besides a smiling moon wearing a red and white hat.
Mosley urged people to donate to the cause and kept fans of the challenge updated on his progress through an event page on Facebook. Nearing the tattoo's completion, Mosley posted "Nearly done! We made it! We are built of awesome!"
The Norwich pair certainly are not the first to ink a portrait of Waldo. Comedy website College Humor featured a photo of what appears to be a woman's Waldo tattoo behind her ear.