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 [...]
Today’s illusion is titled “Double Truncated Pyramids” by op artist Robin Hunnam. These “double pyramids” appear to form a series of strange three-dimensional towers. Do you perceive depth in this image? To view more of Robin’s work, please visit his blog – Grasshoppermind.
The Eiffel Tower, named after its engineer Gustave Eiffel, was erected in 1889 in Paris, France for the 1889 World’s Fair. The tower measures over 1,000 feet in height. From 1889 to 1930, it was the tallest man-made structure in the world. In the photograph below, a giant man shows off his height by playfully [...]
Jos de Mey was a Flemish-Belgian painter known for his paintings that frequently included impossible objects. In the painting below, three owls perch on a tower that would not be possible in the real world. Fortunately for us, we can escape the real world any time we want by diving into one of Jos de [...]