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Butterfly Study

by Alessandra Dzuba

This little study I did of a purple spotted butterfly is a trickery of the eye… at first glance, looks like a regular ol’ butterfly but in fact this butterfly is an exaggeration; it is a collage, a distortion of multiple butterflies. Our brain tends to fill in the blanks when we are looking at something really quickly with memory of ‘what is butterfly’. A survival instinct possibly? A quick understanding of your surroundings? Active Interpretation or the Troxler Effect are theories behind this visual brain phenomenon… I promise they are both interesting reads, especially if you ever played the Bloody Mary game… and saw something lurking in the shadows…

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