Wednesday, August 17, 2011

In Living Color


I will never cease to amazed away by trompe l'oeil sidewalk chalk, or Baroque ceilings, which trick you into seeing depth where there is none. But here is a twist I like— painter/photographer Alexa Meade's subjects live and breathe, but you might not realize this at first blush. After some impressive brush work, her models easily pass for two-dimensional in a photograph. You might think there is some Photoshop involved in creating these images, but think again!

Check out Slate's slideshow for more of Meade's work. ••••



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