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Artist Uses Girlfriend’s Back As A Canvas For Illusive 3D Artwork

Artist Natasha Farnsworth is well versed in the complex world of three-dimensional art. With acrylic paint, palette, and paintbrush in hand, the creative uses her girlfriend’s back as a canvas to create optical illusions that make her Instagram followers do a double take with each new posting.

Time and time again, Farnsworth manages to defy her viewers’ expectations, as she transforms her workspace into anything from a cavernous galaxy or fracture in the earth to a refreshing waterfall.–LfTCK1jK/

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