Childhood Dreams Optical Illusion

For today I bring you another funny-looking impossible arch painting. By its design, I would tell it was done by Sandro Del Prete, yet I thought we already shared all of his works through this site.

Be sure to notice how part of the painting is a pinned down painting itself, motive Sandro heavily uses in his works. How many optical illusions can you spot in today’s post?

Btw, those of you still reading, I would appreciate if you had a second to spare… My mum has tailored a coat which she feels very proud of, and had submitted it for a competition of some kind. She isn’t aware I’m writing this, but I would appreciate highly if you could rate her design positively here (click “J’aime” if you like it).

26 Replies to “Childhood Dreams Optical Illusion”

  1. ha ha very nice poster their putting up :) [img]http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.planetperplex.com/img/delprete_chess.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.planetperplex.com/en/item145&usg=__SEN8fcPXj75seja1IhnfiyBBuvI=&h=550&w=391&sz=32&hl=en&start=0&sig2=tVhXinoXywQH7tnn0o33eQ&zoom=1&tbnid=IfzYY6p7fvcsEM:&tbnh=159&tbnw=114&ei=yK9lTcuzMYissAPrldz7BA&prev=/images%3Fq%3DSandro[/img]

  2. There are three intersticed illusions. Of courser the lower foundation and upper deck are at “right” angles and this incorporates the pillares as well. Then the stairs, stair railings and ladder all “fall in line” with this 90 degree twist.

  3. It’s a good illusion but has been sitting here for two days now. Would be better if the daily illusions were actually updated daily. Maybe implementing some automated system to post a sorted list of illusions so delays don’t occur. Especially helpful in case of emergencies.

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