The NBA Finals start tonight with the Golden State Warriors facing the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second year in a row. As such, I went on a hunt for a basketball-related optical illusion. It looks like Photoshop might be involved here, but that’s okay. Check out these two kids simulating a game of basketball with […]
Ben Heine continues to expand his Pencil Vs Camera portfolio with this new photograph that merges fantasy with reality. Here, in this busy walkway, Heine holds up a torn piece of paper in the middle of the photograph. Draw on this paper are a group of individuals aligned in the shape of a heart. (via […]
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 […]
Kind of a funny forced perspective photograph I came across a while back and put in a folder for future post ideas. It certainly looks like the man in the forefront (the purple giant?) is significantly taller than everyone else around him. He is standing on some sort of ledge closer to the camera than […]
This interesting sculpture called Squaring the Circle was created in 2013 by Troika, the UK-based artist group consisting of Conny Freyer, Eva Rucki and Sebastien Noel. Watch the video below shot at the Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles, California to see how these CNC bent steel tubes (measuring 54 3/4 x 54 3/4 x 30 1/2 inches) form […]
Why is this plane flying so low to the ground? It looks like an extremely dangerous maneuver. The plane is actually flying high above the ground. What appears to be the plane’s “shadow” is a lake far below in the background. This image was provided courtesy of Robert Ausbourne.
Happy New Year everyone! It is difficult to believe that it is already 2015. I thought we would kick off the new year with something light and a little humorous. The person who took this photograph likely did not know exactly what they had captured until they took a look at the picture later. It […]