Oleg Zhevelev’s Impossible Nut

There are bunch of copy-cat illusion blogs out there, that literally cut-and-paste our complete texts and photos. I don’t concern myself ’bout them too much, though. If they only understood I would gladly feature their original posts and link them back, bringing them wider audience if only they were smarter! Anywayz, the rare moments I feel like saying touche! is when I see they’ve added something valuable that we haven’t already featured, and there would be nothing morally wrong just stealing it (in the same manner) from them. But unfortunately, I’m not that kind of guy – that being said, I found this illusion featured on Voilusions, and the impossible nut below was created by a Russian artist Oleg Zhevelev.

At first I thought Oleg did a real-life installment of his impossible nut, but I then I realized he created it using some sort of 3D imaging software. Still very realistic, don’t you think? Have you noticed The Instructions from Hell shown in the back? This one appears truly realistic!

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24 Replies to “Oleg Zhevelev’s Impossible Nut”

  1. It’s a Mobius nut. Actually possible to make such a thing, but it works best only from two viewing angles (opposite sides). A friend of mine makes large Mobius ceramic sculptures similar to these. Definitely trippy…

    1. To Typeaux –

      Really? That sounds interesting. Can you tell me more about your friend’s sculptures and where I could see his or her work?
      Thanks.

  2. It reminds me of that thing that you can do with the paper when you twist it round and if you follow one side its never ending. Anyway I love the illusion. Although i can never get my around these ones.

  3. honestly its really easy to create one of those, it is just when you stare at in it plays with your mind making it look really confusing. that bolt would never work

  4. This is one of my favorites!

    A mobius nut, that locks a three-pronged impossible figure into an impossible frame.

    Creative = )

  5. I drew in drafting class in 1970, the diagram shown behind the sculpture. I forget where I copied it from, maybe even Mad Magazine or something. But those items all have actual names. What is shown in the diagram is:
    A Trichometric Indicator Support
    to be connected to a
    Rectabular Excrusion Bracket
    and secured with
    Ambihelical Hex Nuts.

    So THAT is THE answer to the name of the sculpture.
    It is an AMBIHELICAL HEX NUT.

  6. This is junk magic,come to spell of magic 4 real spells and magic that tricks ur spetactors or audience or friends ,making rain fall in an unusual time,snowfalls on falls,lightening strokes,freezing someone,melting solids,making a person turn into anydesired animal by the victim or audience.

  7. I draw these kind of impossible objects just about every day it’s pretty easy and i know how they made this illsions possible ;)

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