Kid Cudi just unveiled one of the most intricately designed tattoos in the game, and it's on the top of his head.

The self-described "Man on the Moon" showed off his new ink in a series of photos he shared on social media Tuesday (April 2). Cudi's ink includes a fantasy-driven celestial world where castles and mountains are guarded by a sign that reads "Keep out." The traditional black-and-white line work is designed by popular Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Dr. Woo.

Cudi's tattoo session took a total of 12 hours across two appointments. The 40-year-old rapper, who released his latest album, Insano (Nitro Mega), in February, dubs his new tattoo "My dreamland."

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"A view into my mind...✨ @_dr_woo_," Kid Cudi wrote in a caption on Instagram. "2 sessions, 12hrs total. This was something id been wantin to do for some years. My Dreamland, my world, my place, where all is right and peaceful 😌🙏🏾❤️ MAD CRAZY love to THE GENIUS, my brother Woo for always makin time and holding me down. U FUCKIN SNAPPED ✌🏾."

Talk about using your imagination. The design is surrounded by a crown of flowers, which Cudi recently got tatted in early March.

Any fan of Kid Cudi knows he's got lots of tattoos. A moon on his neck, KAWS Companion on his back, woman on his forearm, mock slit wrists dripping blood and a skeleton hand covering his own hand, among many others.

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Take a look at the fantasy world Kid Cudi has inked on his head below.

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