This is one surreal proposal.
San Francisco artist Alexa Meade uses people as human canvasses to create stunning pop art paintings that look like moving murals, and one recent photo shoot proved especially eye-popping when it concluded in a real-life proposal.
Longtime couple Cristina Cordova and Daniel Levine were painted by Meade for a shoot in San Francisco’s Balmy Alley on April 24, Meade wrote on her Facebook, at the end of which Levine proposed to Cordova.
Meade captured the surprise proposal on video and posted the sweet moment on Facebook.
In the optical illusion of a video, a black-and-white painted Levine is able to find the perfect moment to kneel down with a ring while an unsuspecting Cordova looks the other way.
Once Cordova catches on to what’s happening, her response is just as picture-perfect: She said yes.