In the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, there was a magical tattoo shop known to few, yet beloved by all who stumbled upon it. This tattoo shop was unique, not just due to the quality of work, but because of the tattooist who ran it. Her name was Olivia, and she was a master of her craft. She was easily one of the best tattoo artists I had ever seen. Her studio was an enchanting place, full of colourful inks and intricate designs you would never be able to find anywhere else. Amongst her clientele, Olivia was known as the best portrait realism tattoo artist Australia had ever seen. People came from all over the country to get a tattoo from Olivia. She had a magical touch that made her tattoos come to life – literally. Her designs were so realistic that they not only looked like they were part of you, but when you were by yourself or around others who shared the secret of the shop, they came to life and moved about on your skin. The magic was palpable to all who knew of it. As soon as you stepped into Olivia’s shop, you could feel the magic in the air. The wooden walls were adorned with intricate designs, each with their own special meaning. Olivia was not just a tattoo artist; she was a storyteller. She was the best female tattooist Brisbane had to offer, and she knew how to capture the essence of a person or an animal or an object and turn it into a masterpiece reflected on their skin. I stumbled upon the store one day, thus making me one of Olivia’s secret clientele. I was one of the lucky ones who had the opportunity to get a tattoo from Olivia. As soon as I entered the shop, I was greeted by Olivia. The store was otherwise empty, since only one client was allowed in at a time. This allowed the magic to work properly, and bound each new client to secrecy so Olivia could continue her magical work.