South Korean Dain Yoon is a talented visual artist who has gained a growing following in social media for creating an impressive array of mind-bending illusion artworks using watercolor on her hands and face.
The creative 22-year-old student at Korean National University of Arts shares her amazing creations to her 25,000+ followers on Instagram.
While she only began posting her art on the photo-sharing site two months ago, she has captured the attention of some international news sites and several local TV stations in South Korea.
A common theme in her work is her photo-realistic recreations of her eyes, eyebrows or mouth on the back of her hands. She also states in her Instagram posts that her artwork is not manipulated in Photoshop.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Dain Yoon revealed that she also began painting on other people for their “multidimensional characteristics.”
“This is why I started drawing on the several parts of my body such as my hand and face. It looks like one face at first but it is overlapped in real,” Yoon said.
“The interesting point of my artwork is that people can find something new and tricky when they look into my artwork over and over. So this is the reason why I called my art as illusion art.”