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!