I recently came across some exceptional anamorphic 3D lettering works created by Tolga Girgin. In the example below, which he calls ‘Cream’, the letters of the word are drawn on a flat sheet of paper using a parallelpen & brushpen and a pencil. It looks as if the letters of the word CREAM are hovering […]
Felice Varini creates large-scale anamorphic works in urban spaces, typically on buildings, walls, and streets. One of his latest works created this year, titled “Objectif gare”, is a series of non-concentric blue circles that can only been seen properly from one specific vantage point. It was created in the city of Lausanne, located in the […]
Michael Murphy is a sculptor who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He received a BFA and sculpture training from Kent State University and a MFA from the Art and Technology Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. One of his latest anamorphic installations titled Perpetual Shift consists of 1,252 wood […]
I always love when visitors send me optical illusions that I haven’t seen before. Today’s YouTube video was sent in by Abdul from couponmachine.in and features an anamorphic drawing of a glass of water. This video was created by a professional and passionate artist named PortraitPainter Pabst. The best part of the video is the […]
Not surprisingly, Truly Design has created another very nice anamorphic graffiti piece. This one featuring a pair of bear constellations (which are part of a larger project featuring other murals) was painted on the walls of Scuola Holden – School of Storytelling & Performing Arts in Turin, Italy. This photograph shows the painting from an […]
Tracy Lee Stum created this 3D street painting for the Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival in early March 2015. Seen below, Tracy can be seen climbing up the the side of a skyscraper. She better keep a good grip on the side of that building, because it certainly looks like a pretty long drop if […]
Have you ever wondered what Einstein might look like if he were made from around 1,000 colored pencils? Maybe you haven’t, but here is one artist’s interpretation.