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When it comes to posting new Shadow Art optical illusions, Sue Webster and Tim Nobel have never let us down. Before you check this collection, I suggest you look at Webster and Nobel’s previous works first. It can help you understand better some of the works posted today. I took some time, and collected all the remaining optical illusion installations they produced. I promise you this is the last time I bring them up (at least until something new refreshing pops up from their art factory). Which of these figures amazed you the most? Be sure you haven’t missed all the metaphors! When you hover your mouse pointer over each photo, a title of the sculpture will appear. This may help you understand the connection between the shadow, and junk used to form that particular sculpture.

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

More from Sue Webster n Tim Nobel

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23 Responses
  1. Sean Lee says:

    All is your mind. If you look at things different way than it is not the same one as usual.
    ^^ Keep your mind to be good….

  2. Terra Wah says:

    Brilliant :D
    I noticed I prefer to look at the ones that look interesting in both the shadow and the sculpture… even though the ‘pile of junk’ ones are amazing with how they work.

    I liked the city ones the best, and the ‘naked illusion’

  3. liam says:

    the fourth one looks like Indiana Jones and Mary in raiders of the lost ark.

  4. Care Bear says:

    Guess that proves it. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure–or, in this case, art work. Beautiful.

  5. raven says:

    Simply amazing work.

  6. goots says:

    yeeeeeeeeeee love it

  7. jan dymond says:

    Thank you for creating these. Awesome!! I just showed them to my 12 yr. old granddaughter who is an artist still looking for mediums, and she said awesome too!! And stared and stared. So, for helping her continue on her path of dreams and challenges….thank you.

  8. siva says:

    woah thats cool but in the fourth picture is the guy doing a piss?

  9. Krystal says:

    Neat! I think i like the second ‘Traum Trauma’ best, the shadow is so smooth and perfect whereas the junk is indecipherable from that angle. Kudos to Sue Webster and Tim Nobel!

  10. Lain says:

    I really like the bending lady.

  11. Facebook User says:

    nice.

  12. Marc Gomez says:

    Still amazes me. Cool!

  13. alijaya says:

    waw! great :D
    like the forth pic :D
    like that fountain :D

  14. Jenni says:

    very good!

  15. Facebook User says:

    awesome

  16. mike says:

    Amazing simply beautiful

  17. Rodrigo says:

    Cool! Keep up the good work!
    :)

  18. lancet says:

    these are really cool works, (art works)

  19. ZL123 says:

    Umm… quite nice.

  20. kjevern says:

    very nice photoshop!

  21. Veggies says:

    More from Sue Webster ‘n’ Tim NobelShare166 January 6, 2010 by Vurdlak with 20 Comments
    When it comes to posting new Shadow Art optical illusions, Sue Webster and Tim Nobel have never let us down. Before you check this collection, I suggest you look at Webster and Nobel’s previous works first. It can help you understand better some of the works posted today. I took some time, and collected all the remaining optical illusion installations they produced. I promise you this is the last time I bring them up (at least until something new refreshing pops up from their art factory). Which of these figures amazed you the most? Be sure you haven’t missed all the metaphors! When you hover your mouse pointer over each photo, a title of the sculpture will appear. This may help you understand the connection between the shadow, and junk used to form that particular sculpture.

    I think your right, Vurdlak! :D

  22. Israel says:

    i like hot girls they are fined.

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