If you liked “Impossible Objects in Real Life” and “Lego Escher Illusion”, you will like this one as well. Here you can see how this construction was built. Also don’t forget to open this post (click on the white tittle) and see more impossible structures constructed in real life.
In body language, this body is obviously saying: “I’ve come to pick you up because the tide is coming in!”. In a way this Illusion resambles previous “Scary Optical Illusion”.
Eventough it may appear man is climbing this steps, if you jump inside this post, you will notice legs are acctually just painted on the steps surface. Earlier I posted simmilar Illusion, were stairs were painted on the wall.
We got ourselves another user-submitted optical illusion! Thanks to Philip Hansen you can see this Audi Comercial inspired by M C Escher. A driver navigates his way through Escheresque world. Viral for some automobile. Jump inside this post to see the full video. Amazing!
Currently video is down, but you can still view it here.
Here is a little slidehow with backscenes to explain how this video was done:
In a same way “Man Holding a Sun” Illusion was shot, we have “Man Holding a Taj-Mahal Illusion”. Looks nice, doesn’t it?
Luke Brown, an author of this fabulous optical illusion-animation is an intrepid explorer. He is part of a new generation of visionaries who reconstructed the templates of culture as we know it. His art speaks of the spiritual mysteries in the human imagination – best example can be seen below! Mystical experiences, dreams, medicine journeys, and channeled lucid dialogs with the source of creativity itself, seem to guide and be guided by the colorful symmetries and living surfaces of his art. Luke is constantly redefining his style as a spiritual medium for growth. He is intent on mapping his hyper spatial experiences with utmost accuracy, with whichever medium seems best suited, as a form of multidimensional cartography. This picture I attached below is made from few layers. It provides us with wonderful illusion of god Shiva in 3D. More awesome 3D stereoscopes can be found inside this category.
The Famous “Scheibe Illusion” is a perceptual illusion, similar to the “Margaret Thatcher Illusion”. Can you see what’s wrong with the picture of Professor Scheibe? If not, try viewing the screen while standing on your head…. and then comment.
First time I saw this picture I was shocked, and didn’t spot the illusion the very first second. After you study this photo a little longer, you’ll see the catch – [via].