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A 3D Printed Optical Illusion by David Hagemann

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David Hagemann designed this 3D printed optical illusion of a face. It appears as though the face is protruding outward even though you are looking at it as an inverted shell. Read and see more on this at: https://3dprint.com/53071/3d-printed-optical-illusion/

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