April 19, 2021

Mexican Tattoo Artist Creates Trippy Tattoos That Will Mess With Your Mind (23 Pics)

Yatzil Elizalde is a 25-year-old tattoo artist based in Hermosillo, Mexico, specializes in a unique tattoo style. Her style is so unique that it will make you think your eyes are playing tricks on you. The artist’s tattoos have a double vision effect and Yatzil herself has nicknamed it the Blurry Effect.

In a recent interview, the tattoo artist said she has been doing tattoos since she was 19 years old, initially practicing on herself. “In my case, the process of getting better was studying a lot of different techniques and adapting the ones I was most comfortable with to my own work as well as allowing myself total freedom when designing,” revealed Yatzil.

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The tattoo artist says that her tattoos are quite a challenging sensation for the eyes, although Yatzil herself doesn’t get dizzy while looking at them. On the contrary – she loves to create the Blurry Effect and enjoys every detail of it. “And as I advance through the process, it only becomes more and more interesting,” says the artist.

“I started doing tattoos when I was 19 years old,” Yatzil said. “At first, I was practicing on myself.”

Now, she’s 25 and owns her own studio in Hermosillo, Mexico, called White Light Tattoo. “In my case, the process of getting better was studying a lot of different techniques and adapting the ones I was most comfortable with to my own work as well as allowing myself total freedom when designing.”

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Yatzil said that her Blurry Effect tattoos are more than pretty, they’re a challenging visual sensation for the eyes. However, the artist herself said she doesn’t get dizzy when working on them. “On the contrary, I love to create that effect, every little detail of it. And as I advance through the process, it only becomes more and more interesting.”

“I think that even within the world of optical illusion in tattoos, there still is a lot to discover so I am very excited to continue working in this area, trying out new concepts,” Yatzil added. “If you like this style, you should be on the lookout.”

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