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By on July 11, 2011, with 21 Comments

About one month ago, I posted a 3D chalk drawing by Tracy Lee Stum featuring the classic Milton Bradley game of Mouse Trap. Since so many of you liked her artwork, I figured you’d enjoy getting to see another one of her 3D chalk drawings, only this time of a mummy escaping his/her tomb. I particularly like this one because the art is so cartoonish-like, yet it still looks as though it is about to burst into our world of reality. Sort of like an ancient Egyptian version of Toontown from Who Framed Roger Rabbit film. It’s one thing to make 3D art that looks like it’s about to enter our world, but when you manage to make something unrealistic blend with the reality, that becomes even more impressive. What do you guys think?

Creepy Mummy Optical Illusion


21 Responses
  1. Slammer says:

    I still want one of those in my house.

  2. Ahmad says:

    Nice. It does depict Who framed roger rabbit as well.

  3. jazz says:

    Whoa O_O

  4. Catatonic says:


  5. me123987645 says:

    I think 3D chalk drawings are my favorite type of illusion. They never fail to impress me.

  6. ZL123 says:

    Quite cool. Is this on a street?

  7. tha_sandman says:

    most excellent!

  8. Norm says:

    Good one! :-)

  9. heidy says:

    simplemente asombroso!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Richard Haviland says:

    Love the chalk art work. Being cartoonish doesn’t really matter, it just llooks real. Great illusion!……..:)

  11. DBergy65 says:

    Kinda reminds me of a Farside cartoon

  12. Padma says:

    creepy and weird

  13. Jenn says:

    It’s pretty cool. :)

  14. Georgia says:

    Woah that is sooo cool. Nice fx!

  15. I love those 3D illusions!

  16. Cyber Community says:

    Looks crazy. I just wonder how if I see this when I walk alone in the middle of the night without realizing that it’s just a drawing :D

  17. Jerry 724 says:

    WOW!!! this kind of art is incredible I didn’t react with a double not even triple take hahaha I had to see this with a quad-take, it baffles the mind, to think that any artist can make something look so cartoonish yet be able to “cross” into our real world through the careful placement of the character in relation to the actual floor. Also the depth that the artist achieved INSIDE the drawing is excellent

  18. xyril dan says:

    i don’t think that people recognized it

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