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Surreal Artworks from Hikaru Cho Create Stunning Optical Illusions for Samsung

Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho was commissioned by Samsung to create realistic 3D optical illusions that were painted directly onto faces.

Hikaru was born on March 29, 1993 and has been taking the “unusual” as a theme for her works of art. As a student at Musashino Art University, she works on a lot of body painting, stopmotion movies, illustrations and more.

Hikaru creates some very realistic and eye-catching works of art where she makes one woman look like her head is attached by a cable and more. Each of the paintings is supposed to represent a feature in the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone. Some of the features that she painted for include: filtering, fast recharge, wireless charging, curved edge, and straight edge.

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