Trioroboro Anamorphic Illusion

Anamorphosis 24 March 2014 0 Comments

Mach505 from Truly Design created this anamorphic painting using acrylic and spray paints on the floor and walls of an abandoned school near Torino, Italy.  The painting features an uroboros (an ancient symbol depicting a snake eating its own tail) which symbolizes continuity and represents the cyclical nature of things.


Additional photographs of this painting can be found below.

A view of the painting “in progress” where the black outline of the uroboro has been applied to the floor and walls.

trioroboro detail #1

A close-up photograph of a section of the painting on the floor showing the scales of the deceptive snake.

trioroboro detail #2

(via Truly Design)

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