Getting your eyes checked will not be necessary after looking at these Rose Wong illustrations, as they are meant to replicate blurred vision. It’s not uncommon to see two, three or even six of the same subjects duplicated digitally when looking at Wong’s enigmatic, yet beautiful creations.
Rose Wong has many variances to the types of images she makes with her digital replication technique. In addition to overlapping her renderings on top of one another like a rubber stamp, she also flips them horizontally to create a mirror reflection reminiscent of Rorschach tests. The resulting depictions are psychedelic whilst maintaining the elegance of her original drawings.
Some may say that copying and pasting an image digitally to get this distorted double vision effect is somewhat cheating, but I respect Wong for using her resources efficiently to convey the pictures she wants to convey.
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