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By on April 9, 2013, with 18 Comments

Old time viewers will immediately recognise Ikemath’s work in this #impossible objects gallery below. Randomly placed wristwatch serves as a reminder what we are seeing is real, and is probably used as some sort of signature representing Ikemath’s style. Check the gallery below, and see if you can decode how these objects came to be. It’s obvious they work only from certain perspective, where the solution could easily be seen if only we had access to the behind the scene footage….






  • z2d4th

    The most annoying is picture number two..

  • eric

    whats with the watch?

    • http://the-great-teen-blog.webs.com Prettyprincess123

      Randomly placed wristwatch serves as a reminder what we are seeing is real, and is probably used as some sort of signature representing Ikemath’s style.

    • NeeL

      Randomly placed wristwatch serves as a reminder what we are seeing is real, and is probably used as some sort of signature representing Ikemath’s style.

    • lynnette

      Randomly placed wristwatch serves as a reminder what we are seeing is real, and is probably used as some sort of signature representing Ikemath’s style.

    • katrina

      randomly placed wristwatch serves as a reminder what we are seeing is real, and is probably used as some sort of signature representing ikemath’s style.

    • chris

      its not the same watch.. cant u see people?

      there is a digital screen on some of them but not the others.

  • Fredrock

    pretty cool

  • Rick M

    I really admire the skill and imagination Ikemath shows in making these illusive objects. But I would have liked to have seen alternative views too (the secret of the trick) like we do with the anamorphic pictures.

  • http://the-great-teen-blog.webs.com Prettyprincess123

    Oh, i get it! Those blocks are actually behind the other blocks, so that it looks as if they are joined when photographed from a particular angle. If these were looked at from another perspective, then it would look very different! How weird is that! I’m gonna blog about it!

    • Zedetta

      That’s paper, not blocks…

  • Sylvia

    What is with the watch?

    • anonymous (without mask)

      To show that illusion only works at that specific time… Or he’s trying to sell the watch on ebay and putted a link to this page.

  • Monika

    The only one I can understand completely is No. 5, No.2 is the best, I can’t make my brain understand it at all!

  • Anonymous

    Is it just me, or are the first four objects made of paper?

    • ja

      the objects are made of paper. i think it is not a white piece od paper, the grey colours are printed to simulate the shadows and 3d. maybe it is mixed by different colours paper. what do you think about it ??

  • Bas

    Aren’t most of these adaptations of Escher’s drawings?

  • BSmile

    @NeeL how do you get that pic

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