Can you sit still for three minutes? Probably not, which is how the Misunderstanding Focus series of photographs came about.

The photographs, by Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka (also known as Nerhol), are taken while subjects try to sit as still as possible for three minutes. Photographs are then stacked and cut out, which gives the final product the distorted, paintstroke effect you can see. Pretty cool, right?