As we鈥檝e proven before, kids鈥 drawings聽are worthy of so much more than just a spot on the fridge. From creating stuffed animals + nail art to teacher recreations, child art聽is having a moment. While all of that is impressive, one dad has taken the doodle conversion challenge a step further by inking himself. Yep, doodle tattoos are officially a thing.

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Photographer Chance Faulkner聽recently photographed Keith Anderson of Peterborough, Ontario who has a series of tattoos (we鈥檙e not talkin鈥 temp tats) that are some of the聽most creative and personal we鈥檝e ever seen. Keith takes his son鈥檚 drawings and turns them into ink on his arms. Dad, why didn鈥檛 you think of this?!

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The tattooed father聽told Chance during their photo session that all the pieces on his right arm are of his 11-year-old son鈥檚 drawings throughout the years, from when he was 4 years old. He adds a doodle every year, making that seven times聽on the chair courtesy of his son. Guess it must not hurt too bad ;)

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While all the pieces 鈥 from a house to a robot to a daisy 鈥 are masterpieces in their own right聽since they鈥檙e from his son, Keith鈥檚聽favorite is the stained glass, as it was his son鈥檚 鈥渙wn abstract idea.鈥

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Over the years, Keith has had three different tattoo artists help bring his son鈥檚 doodles to his skin. One that鈥檚 definitely more memorable than the rest is his son, who has joined him at the tattoo parlor in the past and lended his penmanship skills to聽the inking process. Ummmm, #coolestdadever.

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When Keith was asked what will happen if he ever ran out of space, he responded by saying, 鈥淚 guess I鈥檒l just get him to draw smaller pictures.鈥 Touch茅.

Would you get your kid鈥檚 doodles tattooed on your skin? Let us know in the comments.聽

(h/t Elite Daily, photos via Chance Faulkner/Chance Faulkner Photography)