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Today’s illusion has a pretty interesting effect. We have featured several animations that are similar to this one (see the Turning Wheel Optical Illusion and the Spinning Dancer Illusion), but I still find the effect to be very fascinating. The train in this animation is moving at a constant rate of speed. But what direction […]
Russian born artist Victor Molev is a painter a graphic artist currently living in Ontario, Canada. He previously worked as both an architect and a theater set painter. In his painting below, titled Mona Lisa (Water), seven fish jumping out of the water come together to form an image that resembles a portrait of Mona […]
I came across this simple animation this weekend and thought it had a pretty interesting effect. It features a very basic tessellation pattern composed only of black and white crosses. The crosses take turns rotating a quarter turn with the black crosses rotating counter-clockwise and the white crosses rotating clockwise. The overall effect is very […]
In this new painting from Canadian magic realism painter Rob Gonsalves titled Beyond the Reef, two different worlds morph seamlessly into one another. On the right side of the painting, a male and female can be seen snorkeling underwater and your viewpoint is from below. The female can be seen swimming near the surface while […]
Israeli graphic artist Noma Bar produces visually-striking and simple illustrations that take full advantage of negative space. In this example, titled Pointed Sense, Noma captures a scene which he saw once where a male black labrador tucked his nose behind a female white labrador and gave her a good sniff. Her tail was up over […]