Am not sure should I call this an illusion, magic trick, or just excellent example of true art. One way or another, the artist surely has it’s own craft secret. We may never know how he does it! Maybe we’ll be lucky enough for him to comment, and give us some hints, like he did before on his Impossible Bottles. Jeff Scanlan is the author and submitter. He wrote: “It’s always interesting to hear people’s theories on how Impossible Bottles are done. I’ve attached one of my newest Bottle Magic (Impossible Bottle) bottle creations. I thought you might enjoy posting this picture and seeing what people thought.” You can probably buy some of his work on bottlemagic.com, although I’m not sure.
He also added that the cork inside the wine bottle is the original and, although you can’t tell, the top of the wine bottle is sealed with the original wax! You can see another, zoomed-in photo inside this post. After you’re done, there are more puzzling objects to be found here. You should try guessing how they were done as well!