Artist Alexa Meade Turns People Into 2D Illusion Art – Design You Trust

Artist Alexa Meade Turns People Into 2D Illusion Art

Alexa Meade (previously) is an American artist best known for her portraits painted directly onto the human body and inanimate objects in a way that collapses depth and makes her models appear two-dimensional when photographed.

Now Alexa does not just paint peoples faces to appear 2 dimensional, she will also paint strait onto the cloths they are wearing, and the wall and floor they are standing next to, also any furniture they are sitting on or standing next to, which helps complete the overall effect of a 2 dimensional painting.

The result is a walking, talking optical illusion.

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