If you haven’t heard of Julian Beever before, head straight to the #3D Chalk Drawings category first! The ferris wheel featured on your right was hand drawn by before-mentioned chalk artist of unquestionable talent. After originally painting it in Santiago, Chile, Julian noted it was one of the most difficult drawings he has ever attempted. […]
Here’s a real, unaltered Reuters photo from recent friendly match between France and Belgium. The guy in blue is French forward player called Mathieu Valbuena. Even though he’s one of the smallest players in elite European soccer (roughly at 5’6″), he’s not as small as it seems! In fact this guy is leaning way back, […]
Usually when I skip few days of posting stuff, I tend to blame it on bad internet connection. This time however, it was just me being irresponsible – mostly relaxing and enjoying my summer vacation. I just hope you won’t take it against me. Continuing with old-school optical illusions, here’s another simple one – concentrate […]
Say what you will, but old school stuff never gets old! Just look at this plain and simple optical illusion made from nothing but few lines. Perspective makes the corridor look 3D, which automatically makes both vertical red lines seem further dissimilar in length. Can you guess which one is bigger? If you’re an old-time […]
Discovered by Aza McG, here’s another “obvious in thumbnail view” illusion that both of us found quite original. I’m sure there are dozens of similar takes somewhere out there, but this one immediately caught my attention. Let’s see how long it takes before you spot the obvious. Happy haunting!
As it always goes with Rob Gonsalves, transitions he makes can be tricky to “digest” at first. Once again I invite you all to try and spot the logical “tipping” point, a postion where one motif ends and another one begins. Rob’s transformations are unique at very least. For more similar stuff be sure to […]
Tim Noble and Sue Webster are at it again – making art installations from junk results with more than plain garbage in their case. Just look how naturally all three shadows came to life! Both british artists have been working together since 1986 when they first met at their art school. More similar art can […]
This is what you get when you combine LEGO and optical illusions. Main effect – the circle made of the studs, produces the appearance of curved pieces. However, the design can appear very different depending on the angle it’s viewed from. I’m still discovering surprising patterns in it. If you still got some LEGO brick […]