Looking through some of the categories, I realized that I haven’t posted any tessellation patterns this year at all. One of my favorite designs from graphic designer Nikita Prokhorov is the following tessellation that features interlocking blue and red owls. The horizontal branches that run through the pattern and act as a perch for the […]
While browsing through some of the illusion categories on An Optical Illusion, I realized that I have not posted any stereograms at all during 2015. That seems like a shame because I have always been a big fan of this type of artwork. Today’s image is a brand new design created by stereogram master Gene […]
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 […]
Do you notice anything peculiar about this chameleon standing on a green branch? Would you believe that it is actually not a chameleon at all? Would you believe that it is made of two painted women? Take a look at the image a bit closer and you can figure out exactly how this extraordinary body […]
Take a quick look at this cat on a stairway. Do you think that the cat is climbing up the stairs and heading down the stairs? Depending on how you look at it, you can probably perceive either to be true. Maybe there are some clues on the photograph that could help you draw your […]
When I started this blog a few years ago, I was in need of some sort of header, or masthead, for the site design. At the time, I was working on a project with a talented t-shirt designer from Malaysia and asked him if he could come up with anything for me. Thankfully, he did! […]
This anamorphic octopus mural was painted by Mach505 of Truly Design at SAMO, the artistic hub of Torino, Italy. He spent two weeks searching for the best way to break up the tentacles of the green beast in the best way possible. Additional photographs of this painting can be found below.