In this Feb. 5, 2016 photo, tattoo artist Mauro Coca works on a tropical bird down the length of arm of Julivic Marquez's arm in Havana, Cuba. The studio where Coca works, La Marca, or The Brand, is an example of Cuba's new acceptance of tattooing. The shop opened a year ago on one of Old Havana's busiest streets and has inked hundreds of tattoos for a mix of Cuban and foreign clients. It's been used as a space for government-sponsored art events and its managers say they've never had any trouble with the state despite their lack of a license explicitly permitting tattooing. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)
A woman had a bird tattooed across her back that looks like it takes flight when she shrugs her shoulders.
FOX 5 Atlanta says a video of the "flying phoenix" tattoo, posted by Tattoo Design Art Andre, has received 31 million views and counting.
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