Daniel Siering and Mario Shu transformed an ordinary tree in Potsdam, Germany into a deceptive work of art. Once they were finished, it appeared as though a section of the tree had been removed and the top portion was left hovering in mid air. The video below provides a playful look at the finished product […]
The following photograph was captured on the side of a snow-covered mountain. Do you see someone hiding in the landscape? For a similar illusion, be sure to revisit the Apache Head in the Rocks.
Much like his street painting The Crevasse, Edgar Mueller’s The Waterfall features what appears to be a giant hole in the pavement revealing a dramatic scene. Edgar created this anamorphic work in July 2007 on River Street in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. This street painting, created for the Prairie Arts festival, was the biggest three-dimensional […]
There is something peculiar about the construction of this pergola created by István Orosz. Can you figure out what it is?
We have featured a number of works from Italian author and artist Gianni Sarcone in the past. One of my favorite works by Sarcone is the following image title “The Other Face of Paris”. Upon first glance, it is a photograph of a woman holding an umbrella while standing underneath the Eiffel Tower. But can […]
A photographer gives a dead tree new life by capturing the photograph at exactly the right angle.
British artist James Hopkins creates very interesting and very original sculptures. Perhaps you recall his anamorphic South Park Illusion or his bookshelf that resembled a skull. In the video below, he discusses an outdoor sculpture that he created in the city of Wembley in the United Kingdom. The sculpture sits near a busy section of […]