Anamorphic Eye

Anamorphosis 13 July 2012 0 Comments

One form of anamorphosis involves a deformed image that is painted on a flat surface, such as a sheet of paper.  When a cylindrical (or sometimes conical) mirror is placed in the appropriate spot, the deformed image is suddenly transformed into something recognizable.

Anamorphic Eye by Istvan Orosz

In the example above by Hungarian artist István Orosz, a human eye and eye brow can be easily identified.  Without the mirror, however, it is difficult to tell exactly what the drawing on the paper represents.

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