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Monica Barreneche's Illusory Editorial for Summus Magazine #3

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Mar 30 2011 • References: monicabarreneche & behance.net
At first glance, the models in Mónica Barreneche's editorial for Summus Magazine look like they're suspended in midair, but they're actually laying down on trippy patterned floor rugs.

The poses Mónica Barreneche's models strike for this Summus Magazine editorial only add to the illusion. Check out some other tricky photo shoots below.

Implications - A lot of people like to look at fashion editorials for the amazing photos, clothes and models. When another aspect like illusion gets put into the picture, people may have mixed feelings. Some may find it distracting because it is hard to concentrate on the clothes, but others may find it refreshing and fun to look at. The fashion, editorial and many other industries have the ability to try out new things and redeem themselves next round if people are not interested. Stats for Sprawled-Out Photo Shoots Trending: Older & Chilly
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