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Check out this Picture of 17 Women that Looks Like A Wrecked Car

An illusion is a distortion of the senses, which can reveal how the human brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation. Though illusions distort our perception of reality, they are generally shared by most people. Some illusions are based on general assumptions the brain makes during perception. These assumptions are made using organizational principles (e.g., Gestalt theory), an individual's capacity for depth perception and motion perception, and perceptual constancy. Other illusions occur because of biological sensory structures within the human body or conditions outside the body within one's physical environment.

What you see below is a record-breaking illusion created by an Australian artist of 42 years, Emma Hack.

Emma Hack is well known for her legendary body-painted human artwork which blends visually to convey an illusory camouflage effect. She developed her talents in the early 2000s, influenced by a painter called Florence Brodhirst, according to sources.

With her outstanding body art, the Australian-based artist Emma Hack has attracted a great deal of attention from art lovers and collectors worldwide. Emma used 12 male and 5 female models to form a wrecked vehicle in that particular painting. The artwork was developed in support of the "South Australia Motor Accident Commission," MAC. This is a pioneering art piece entitled "Body Crash."

The model was stacked on each other and side by side to reflect the car's body. It took around 18 straight hours to design, which included applying 5 to 6 layers of body paint on each model, setting up and posing in the required position, according to Emma.

The 17 models, including black , blue, silver, or white have been painted in different colors depending on the section of the car being displayed. To achieve the appropriate place, Emma Hack picked acrobatic team leaders, body builders and athletes. Athletes and body builders tend to be able to sustain these habits to a high degree of durability as long as the painting lasts. Emma did a number of artworks and sold many, ranging from $100 to $7,000 for each drawing.

The reputation of Emma has risen in Europe, the UK and the U.S.A., she has worked with luxury brands and the creative industry in general for major artistic companies. In 2016, she opened her own flagship gallery and studio which has become a great attraction in Australia.

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