Initially, Mexican artist Yatzil Elizalde worked in various mediums such as murals and illustrations. She would constantly experiment with different ideas and eventually develop her style. However, after she started to ink the human body, she realized that inking was her calling.
The concept of double vision is a combination of two or three images stacked on top of one another, creating a relaxed and trippy effect. The artist who created it named it the “Blurry Effect.”
When she was 19, she started getting tattoos. She learned how to do it through practice, and now, she’s 27 and owns a studio in Hermosillo, Mexico—improving her skills involved studying various techniques and allowing herself to be completely free when designing.
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