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I’m not sure if we already featured Alessandro Diddi, a skilled italian illustrator. Just watch how brilliantly he makes it possible for his viewers to believe his drawings are popping out of the page into the third dimension! All of the below incredible anamorphic illustrations play with light, shading, and perspective to trick the human eye into believing that inanimate sketches have come to life. Which one is your favourite? Can you pick one up over the others? For more awesome 3D illustrations, check out the works of Ramon Bruin.

Drawings That Leap Off the Page

It is not necessary to consume a large amount of resources to achieve something interesting. All you need is a pencil and something to draw on, and you can create something really magical.” – Diddi

Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page
Drawings That Leap Off the Page

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18 Responses
  1. sad-hero says:

    amazing o_O

  2. Vincent says:

    I am pretty sure this is fake.

    • Peter says:

      Vincent – I don’t think there is anything fake about this. It’s one piece of paper, in some cases folded, with a drawing on the paper. I suspect that the hands and possibly the pencils are real, but they could be drawn.

  3. Scott says:

    Spectacular

  4. Grace says:

    this is so cool!

  5. crazycandycreator says:

    Woah, weird!!!! Wish I could draw like that….

  6. brook campbell says:

    Wow so cool I have got to try to do that been drawing 35 years Can you show me how?

  7. me says:

    So f***ing cool. I can see on the first one where one of the sides bends. But did he cut out paper then placed it onto the paper to make it look so real? Really cool. If i had to rate, i would rate it 6/5 stars.

  8. Peter says:

    I first picked “Atlas” pushing the paper as my favourite because it was the drawing from which I figured out how Diddi does this But my favourite is the impossible cube because he has even drawn in a “break” in the box to make you think there is a photographic trick.

  9. Mogens says:

    I don’t comment very often.

    But WOW!

  10. STR e t C H says:

    WOW !!!!!!! ” FANTASTIC ” THE BEST O I I
    HAVE EVER SEEN!! I’LL BET EACH ONE WILL
    OR COULD GET THE BEST O I EVER… GENIOUS!!
    W O W !!!!

  11. Jennyspark says:

    Awesome! (First!)

  12. Scott says:

    Really cool!

    The one that confuses me most is the fingers going through the paper. I’m guessing the fingers are bent down where they meet the paper. Quite a trick. (I have trouble making my fingers bend at just one joint.)

    In the artist’s words you quoted (“All you need is a pencil and something to draw on, and you can create something really magical”), I think he left something out….

    Also needed for these is a really sharp pair of scissors.

    And, of course, a whole lot of artistic talent!

  13. Colin says:

    Great illusion love all if them

  14. dadzio says:

    I can’t understand how he drew the alleged 3D elements that go beyond the edges of the sheet of paper. It’s not a matter of painting the paper with a black marker pen, because there are places which their shadows or inhomogeneous background are clearly visible behind.

  15. anonymous says:

    i draw like this

  16. Not ur average guy says:

    For the people who think this is fake, we drew on one piece of paper, cut it out then past it into another. Easy.

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