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Yatzil Elizalde, a Mexican artist, began her career producing murals, digital work, and illustrations, but she soon realized that drawing the human figure is what characterizes her. Yatzil immersed herself in tattoo art, continuously experimenting with various concepts, and eventually even coming up with her own style.

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In essence, it’s the same image layered twice or three times, giving it a fascinating, hallucinogenic appearance. Although the artist herself called it the Blurry Effect, many people refer to her unique style as “double vision.”

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