I covered many famous drawings and woodcuts done by Netherlands’s celebrity – M.C Escher. If you missed it somehow, aside being mathematician, he was one of the world’s most famous graphic artists. You may recall posts showing his Ascending and Descending, Moebious ring, his famous impossible waterfall and off course, one of his best works – Relativity. I even have Escher Style category in my sidebar, where I place illusions done by artists who were inspired by Escher and tried not to imitate him, but celebrate his works through their imitations. But what I realized, is that I never made a post where I placed his other famous works and show them to you. Thanks to reader called Kevin, and his submission, I was triggered to write this. If you open this article, you will see many of his morphing wood-carvings and drawings that are unbelievable. It’s hard for me to explain them, since they have so much hidden meanings and metaphors. How did you understand them? Which one did you like the most. Please share! For example, in the third one, the lighter gray birds morph into the light of day on the left, where the darker birds change into the night sky on the right.
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