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Sliced and Shifted Face Optical Illusion


Image: @mimles

Mimi Choi, a 31-year-old makeup artist from Vancouver, Canada, creates some of the most fascinating optical illusions we've seen. The artist's work went viral recently, and deservedly so. This one above, called "Sliced + Shifted Face" is my favorite.

Just how did she do it?

Choi explained:

Key to doing this type of #trickart is using the color black to mimic space and depth, and using light colors to highlight edges to create the illusion of height, volume and separation. Taking your photo and video at the right angle is also crucial in creating an impactful illusion.

I think she used magic. Don't miss the video:


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