Gregor Wosik is a street painter with exceptional talent. He was born in Poland but currently resides in Germany where he works as a freelance artist. His street painting below makes it seem that a waterfall running down the center of a street. Several other photographs, including one that shows the painting from the opposite [...]
I love the work of Rob Gonsalves. Each of his paintings presents a subtle yet magical transformation. When the viewer finally realizes what is going on, he (or she) cannot help but be impressed. His painting below, titled “The Phenomenon of Floating” presents a woman floating on her back and looking at the heavens in [...]
Two young women ascend a set of stairs and cross paths. Are they each looking in a mirror simultaneously? The artist, David Macdonald, notes that: This illusion was made over a period of about a month: including preliminary pencil sketches and planning, drawing the initial construction, taking about 130 photographs from which the final few were [...]
Do you notice anything peculiar about the kid in the hat? Does he look a little too old to be carried through the water?
A portrait of author Jules Verne can be seen below. Turning the picture upside down reveals a small ship can be sailing past an opening in the rocks. This topsy-turvy image was created in 1979 by Hungarian artist Istvan Orosz. Continue reading this post to view an inverted version of this image.
Watch this faucet as it floats in midair. Where exactly is the water pouring from the faucet coming from? This product would certainly breathe some life to an otherwise boring garden.
A very large finger disturbs the calm surface of a pond and creates a series of ripples. Or… a man throws a rock into the water, quickly positions his finger in front of the camera, and then takes a quick forced perspective photograph.