The next time you stroll down an art gallery and think you saw the man in the painting blink as a trick of the light, think again. In Washington DC, artist Alexa Meade has created a series of "pop-out" paintings by painting on real life models. Paintings consist of an "underlayer" of colors and the top layer whichis the final picture. What Meade does is to paint the underlayer on models so that they blend into the picture and appear three-dimensional. As long as the models stay still, it is easy to believe they are part of the picture.