Incredible optical illusions series named “Alive Without Breath” is created by Keng Lye, a Singapore-based artist, who meticulously and carefully applies layers upon layers of acrylic paint onto clear resin to create these lifelike 3D paintings, vivid fish, frog, tortoise, etc.
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