3D Painted Rooms Illusion


This is fascinating. These rooms are painted so that, when looked at right, optical illusions will appear. Very cool indeed. MORE PICTURES INSIDE!

  • Aleksa

    This too cool…

  • sinatra

    This is great!

  • Nephy

    whoa, i wonder if they have some of these in New York.

  • adam

    totally wicked!

  • Mel

    Woah, does this really work? Hmm, I know how to decorate my house :P

  • itosach

    that is too much
    it’s a celebration bold

  • Ms Elaneous

    Oh.. I’d get dizzy looking at these all day. But they are so cool.

  • Angela

    Whoever did these did a really good job! This is just way too cool!!!

  • ~LadyKenai

    Awesome site and photos! Thanks for sharing with all.

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  • Something Wicked?

    Whoa! This site is amzing!!! I`ve tried almost everything here, and nothing sucks.. Wicked!

  • Stefan

    ANYONE KNOW HOW THIS IS DONE? I’ve been experimenting with this and the only thing I can think of is that the images were projected onto the walls and painted in.

  • vurdlak

    unfortunately, I don’t know how they weredone. They were submitted to me, and first I thought they used projector to project images on walls, later I found that impossible (if you project image of a sqare on the bent wall, image will be distorted and broken trapezoid or smthng….

    but now when time has passed, I imagine they could still use a projector, and skew with the image real tme with PC- projector untill they get projected what they want, and then paint over it….

    (for exmple they skew with elipse on their laptop, until it shows projected circle in the room walls and pipes… get it?)

  • Algeronin


    I got to have this at my place!
    doesn’t anybody know how this is done?
    I really want to decorate my appartement like this.
    then I’ll drop some acid and dance around!

  • mrwally1954

    This is so unreal , it is almost unbelievable . Very well done , somebody has a wicked imagination.

  • Farted

    WOW!! I could look at these all day…. I agree with Algeronin though!!!!!

  • hi

    i dont get dis wil sum1 explain it??????????

  • Rachit duncan

    This is really cool. I wish I could do this to my room.

  • Trevor Blackbird

    This is how it could be done:

    1. Take a photo of the room
    2. Load it into photoshop and create a top layer
    3. Paint the geometry on top layer
    4. Save the image without the original photo
    5. Project it from the SAME point where you took the photo from

    It is important that you have the same focal length and the optical centre must be the same as well.

  • Yathern

    What they do is:
    1-use a projector against a glass to see what it would look like against the scenery
    2-then they would find out where the glass projection would meet up with the walls and paint there.


  • my2cents

    anyone notice the disappering monitor in the yellow target photo? Also, the sprinkler system seems to move.

  • karen

    This is really awesome! I just love them, you could have fun hidden messages using that trick. I so want to try it now!

  • dfgaykm

    totally wicked!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Leion

    This is totally cool
    That look too cool to be true.
    In fact some of them look like they were photoshopped

  • Flora Lauren

    So Coooooooool!!!

  • Bob is Cool

    How are they done?

  • Farrukh

    An easy way:
    Just did it on a prototype (model) of a house once. Made a happy face like this.

    1. Buy a lazer light.

    2. Put a carved face in front of it. Some come with most of the lights like happy face, circles etc.

    3. Turn all lights off in the house.

    4. Put it at a point whereever you want this illusion from.

    5. Paint the aread that is lighted with lazer light on the walls and stuff.

  • Chain

    Bob is Cool: Read the other posts. (though there seems to be some uncertainty on how the projection was done)

    Theese photos look quite unreal from the “correct” angles. Very nicely done.
    Wish i could see it in real life :)

  • sam

    why does everything have to be photoshopped, can’t anything be real anymore? You people are conspiracy freaks. The pictures are real!

  • DLee

    wow… makes me wanna do that to one of my rooms…

  • Brandi

    This is awesome! Hhow do they do it? It must take a lot of patience!

  • Nadine

    It`s perfect!

  • oh god!!!!

    nice man

  • gringo

    hey ke depinga sta esto, gracias a cicilia ke los pso en su programa,….

  • SE

    its possible that theres a pane of glass that was drawn on and then placed in a perfect postion

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  • lil chicken

    Wow, this is funktastic! Though it kinda makes my head spin…sorta like bein’ drunk…but minus the hangover!

  • boopit

    I make those all the time.

  • Silje

    this is sooo like we say in my language “shcpaaa”!!!! though some of them look fake… but i have da whole summer 2 try it… if i do it im a send em 2 ya!! aiit?

  • Silje

    sorry!! when i said fake i ment like not really on da walls!! made on a computr or somtin! :)

  • elz

    freky thats all i can say

  • Hamaka

    i think this stuff is made by using a projector on the wall then drawing the outlines
    if you have a projector draw your symbol on your computer and project it as a presentation (powerpoint)
    on your wall, sorry for my poor english, hope this helps

  • Elaine

    i guess that’s what the fourthdimension is like. Very interesing!

  • Com

    is’nt a fake?

  • Lautreamont

    Oh, this is amazing. Beautiful art. :o)

  • dazgod

    [.][.]never mind the 4th dimension,this is open dimension.only governed by your imagination.so open your minds people and lets dream.goodnight who ever you are and where ever you are,-/

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  • dazzyo

    very intresting guess again elame.chill out and tap in,open your imagination eyes when they are shut.zzzzzz

  • SloYvY

    So, Wonderful idea for my room

  • YoUr NaMe

    weirdwierdwierd but cool that would be cool to have in your house

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  • jimir

    In the yellow target I see the monitor disappear but my question is how does the air get painted yellow

  • dayvee

    Yo sam! The pics are real, but the marks aint.
    Hey Chain! Ya’ll won’t ever see em. No wall was ever painted – only each of the two pictures were painted one after the other. But good work!

  • Tod Beev

    These are not hard to make, but the idea to do it is the cool thing.
    They were made with a projector.
    You project your graphic form onto the surfaces and mark where the light falls. Then paint in.
    No adjusting necessary.
    Yes vurdluk, if you project a square onto a wall at an angle, the square will become distorted. But if you faithfully paint in wherever the light falls, and then go position your point of view at the same point that the projector lens was, you will see a perfect square.

  • some guy

    funny how some thigs can look completly differant

  • Barnabus Collins

    You people are idiots . . . especially the ‘rational’ explainers with their whole “pane of glass” theory. These are foolish directions illustrating the users of this site’s general ineptitude in following a simple line of intellectual progression. The ‘explanation’ follows the same fallacious simplicity of “Hey, hand me that piano.” Sounds simple; only a 2-step process according to one poster. However, the exact path of the lines would still need to be traced precisely. I suppose the next ‘thoughtful’ step in the process, giving it all of the newest generation’s ‘thought process’, would be a hand-held laser pointer. Perhaps in a silly shape, like a star or comet (tee-hee!)!
    Idiots. It’s all photoshopped. If not, find the rooms. A simple bit of evidence, ya lazy gits. Good God, the Net’s getting more and more like interactive freakin’ television!

  • ya mum

    this looks fake

  • Spud

    they should do this in schools

  • The Padre

    These are just great. What a trip it would be to have a bedroom with a magical exit to the unknown on one wall. Thanks for sharing these.

  • M 2 the H O

    why does everthing have 2 b photoshopped this and photoshopped that, take the worlds biggest roll of yarn. if u saw it in a pic u wud say its photoshopped, but cause its on display u believe it.
    and stop callin every1 idiots and retards, u make it sound that ur sooo smart and its OBVIOUSLY done this way. ur the idiots i tells ya!
    its simply a work of art ok!!!
    ps. my friends house is done like this so i KNOW its real,
    which is what makes you sound even stupider,
    ye bum

  • marybeth

    ehh, yea they r cool rnt they?
    i make those 4 a livin, and well done guys, ur right,
    we use pc. projectors, depending on how many awquard parts u have in the room, u sumtimes have to use the glass 2 vision it. and no, the air isnt painted thats part of the illusion, its stuff like the sides of black tvs that get painted and it makes it look like the air b4 it is painted when its not. i came on 2 this site cause my friend told me there was some illusion rooms here 2, n yea, there pretty cool, huh?

  • Jarihd ihtar

    I wonder what kind of stupid ppl have so much of time to get all these things done, and also wonder whats the use ?

  • alex

    wow, this is really kewl, dude, ur amazing

  • Nolan

    OMG that is sooooo coooollllllll i am like going to jack off now

  • Sam

    OMG!!!!! these are just CRAZY!!

  • Alona in Russia

    I hawe it!!!!!!!!!!

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  • niki

    Even if the ones here are photoshopped, which i seriously doubt, they could have been done in real life. Why would someone go through the trouble of making the images, when they could just paint them. Then they could show the real thing off to their friends instead of just fakes. But i still don’t have any proof.

  • loser

    SWEET!!!!must have been very very…..confusing…and anoying

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  • nathaniel

    Cool! I wonder where they are…

  • MeLiSsA

    Hey I dobn’t get it.

  • roxanne

    this iz fake all u gta do iz project it n draw round it ive gt a room in my hse like dis dat top decoraterz did! easy!

  • k-r-i-z-z-y

    really nice i like it so much it’s so cool

  • MMM

    I think this is my favourite illusion!

  • gabriel

    this is pretty cool and i think i know how to do it… get a piece of paper hold it on the bottom and let the top flop. if u look at it diagnally it seems to curveboth away from you and to the side…expierement i know i will

  • laurenne

    this is so cool! i want this in my house!!

  • {x.x. Rhea .x.x}

    omg this is reali confusing, my eyez r goin funi! LOL

  • maybe

    nice pics looks really cool.. photo shopped or not
    couple things… umm the illusion of the warehoue/ garage the lighting/ shadows/ depht perception confuses me.. help me out. they would have to paint with different shades of red/orange to get a bright and solid line right.. and the foreground, mid and background they would have to paint the lines with different withs right (ex: things in fore ground are appear bigger so the line would have to be thinner and background things look smaller so you would have to paint bigger..) so why in the skewed angle the lines look the same shades and with? same with lines on buildings pics

  • phantom limb

    Hi all ye of little faith – these are pictures of work by the artist Felice Varini. You can check out more examples, present exhibitions, and see the process of making the installations at http://www.varini.org
    il est formidable!

  • chrisdeffer

    nuh, uh. Not true

  • Alex

    it is sad that so many people do not believe that the art can be done, in my point of wiev i might actually be easier to actually make this than to do it the “computer-way”

    but a nice concept, making me want to have colurs like that at home =)

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  • esmi

    wow this is soo awsome i wish i had this at my house lol

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  • sabaku no me

    soooo want to do it to my room………..it’d be so kool…..lie, have a little peephole in y door, says look through here, and i have a big floaty thingy in the middle of my froom. you walk in, and its like, yo, wheres the floaty thing?

  • Soupy

    THOSE ARE SO FRIGGIN’ COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i wan’t a room like that… but it looks like it would take forever to figure out how and where to paint the lines and stuff. but it looks awsome.

  • Cricri

    These are made by a french artist : http://www.artnet.com/artist/14615/georges-rousse.html

    It’as as some said, shapes projected on walls and you just have to paint.

    PS : I hate people that thinks everything is photo shopped

  • Raul Heredia

    This is easy if you study graphic disign and Technique Drawing trust me!!!!!

  • anonym

    this is amzing!:o

  • that’s by felice varni

    website of the artist, felice varni: http://www.varini.org/

  • Matt…XP

    Actually, the bottom one, (the zigzag red line) IS in new york

  • Chili Beans

    This is so siiiiiiccckkkk!!!!

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  • the pink panther


  • Rochelle

    This is amazing.
    Absolutly Amazing.

  • brodie

    hey people its me again this is like my fav site ever, cuz illusions are THE FRICKING BEST!!!

  • rocket man

    un real as my mum would say it looks realy 3D but with out the glasses its totaly phco it reminds me of myself

    oh and dose anyone play internet halo? no better Q dose anyone play internet halo and killed me or i killed them?

  • Random Person

    Can you say Photoshop???

  • rocket man

    hi i sayed did any one kill me or i killed them if i did im not sorry lol :-) lol is gay

  • Ali

    This is pretty cool…. so are the rooms painted so they have that look or what? I’m confused…

  • all the crazy people

    what sort of people leave messages on his weird site? i mean, anyone who is writing messages on here in this leave a reply box must be really crazy.

  • rocket man

    in halo im flood hater
    grunt kill

  • minja

    the window one looks like it was just painted on the windows…

  • Eclipse

    Too cool for words, must attempt

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  • Amir

    I find this really amazing, i wish i could see it in real life!!!!!!!
    does any1 know a place where i could see them?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

  • Why do you wanna know..

    I NEVER wanna go in those rooms..i got dizzy just looking at it

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  • confused

    this is wayy 2 kool!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Lady_Tramp

    Dude, that’s pretty tight! I wish my house looked like that!

  • Fluffi

    dude, i wanna paint my college dorm like this. it would be waaay cool, and my landlord would sue me!! yaay!!!

  • Alex

    the moniter on da yellow target duznt dissapear – when the camera changes angle, it falls out of view – u can tell by the amount of wall that is seen in each picture

  • Suk3er101

    I liked the sidewalk chalk better.
    this was a bit boring….but i guess some of it wuz kinda kool!

  • Anonymous

    Whoa! where are these pics being taken??

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  • Anonymous

    lily said

  • Anonymous

    this is so cool i … i wonder how they do it

  • Fuzzy Joe


  • Kushya

    OMG!! that is awesome!! i wish i could do that!!

  • Luis


  • Anonymous

    Very nice illusions, similar to the juxtaposition exercise, they are great optical illusions and lots of fun to do.

    ‘Lid…..never follow

  • Anonymous

    Some of those are photoshopped. You can completely tell by the way the paint pops out.

  • Anonymous

    i really dont get these.. someone plz explain

  • Miscellaneous

    Now wait a minute, in real life if you walked into a room with one of those funky things painted on it, wouldn’t you notice the depth change? Like you’d be able to tell the difference because of depth wouldn’t you?

  • Anonymous

    this is fake, look at the tv on the yellow bulseye

  • Anonymous

    Never thought about doing something like that…awesome!

  • pines

    that would be so cool to have a house like that!

  • Mart

    I saw a documentary about the the guy who made these a while ago, don’t remember the name though. The coolest one was when he painted an entire village with lines. When you watched the village from a hill a mile away it all made sense. So cool…

  • Anonymous

    i’m like “hi” i don’t get it! will some1 explain it to me as well please

  • Anonymous

    …we’re bored in psych class, so we decided to google optical illusions. To our pleasant surprise, this site crossed our path. We have never been more mind boggled or perplexed. We plan to travel the world and visit these 3 dimensional optical illusions. Thanks for your inspiration for my life journey.

  • pickmebuddy

    Okay… I have a headache!

  • pickmebuddy

    Not to say this isn’t cool (it’s ausome!) butt on the seacond to last one… why can’t they just paint the windows?

  • Anonymous

    i am almost positive that they used a very nice laser level. used mostly in construction for lighting layouts and ceiling grids. i hope this answers some questions as to how they got the lines projected on the walls, and how the lines made it around the corners. this is only my opinion, but i do know that lasers bend. Anyway, this is amazing and i plan on doing this in my new york home. i can’t wait!

  • Anonymous

    this is totally cool!

  • mcfly_r_hot

    well kool y cnt my room b lyk dat???

  • Anonymous

    Love them! thats why i got the widget u guyses made!



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  • frankie

    i couldnt c anythin

  • Elspeth

    these are all for real and so clever. I work in a building in Basel, Switzerland, where there is one of these ‘pieces’ of Felice Varini’s art http://www.varini.org/02indc/17indce94.html

  • Norm

    Great job. They are all cool

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  • hello boga

    this is unrealistic but some ONLY SOME are cool

  • Steve

    Who has this much time?

  • Anonymous

    WOW i should get somthing like this done to my house
    great job!!

  • Leozon

    As for the TARGET.

    The monitor is mounted on another wall,not seen in the second photo.
    Just like the three pillars are not
    seen in the first. It’s all relative.

  • Anonymous

    i luv illusions!! i have a new illusion for everyday on my dashboard!! its awesome, but i can’t figure it out so i look on this website

  • Robyn

    To those of you that claim photoshop, you should know: 1. the zigzag (bottom photo is in new york) 2. I have personally seen a HUGE installment of orange triangles in Switzerland- it’s awesome and one buildings (you must see in to believe it, really) 3. His name is Felice Varini, and has a website, DVD and book. Look it up, you “know it alls” since you are WRONG WRONG WRONG.. and .. there are artists that have been doing this for a long time… you can find info if you try.

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  • Anonymous

    I just finished my own, and it looks verry cool!
    Only not al surfaces where the same color so i’ve to ajust the lightning to see it proper.

    Big Up!

  • Ed

    These are not real, they are superimposed by computer

  • Anonymous

    ed, u need to get a sense of humor

  • Anonymous

    the one with the circles looks just as good also taken by the “wrong” angle…

    i loved the one with the windows..

  • Anonymous

    the time is must take to line up everything is spectacular. I would love to see it in real life. A lot of this stuff doesn’t look real.

  • Anonymous

    but slightly nausiating….

  • ms filipina

    yeah seen this b4

  • Ale

    Bravo Mr Varini (et al.) for your minimalistic inversion of the classical trompe l’oeil concept in painting. The goal there was to create the illusion of a third dimension where there was none (or, in architecture, to increase the perception of deepness in perspective).

    I must admit I’m more impressed by the classical version.

    Some might like to have a look at http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trompe-l'%C5%93il

  • Anonymous

    At first, I thought they took a pic of a room then did crap on the computer, but then I saw how they painted it or whatev. Its pretty darn awesome.

  • Anonymous

    Thats so sweez.

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  • Snowman25

    Wow, this is just great!

  • Anonymous

    these r pretty wicked does is say who did em??

  • Anonymous

    iit iis quiite cool..
    but it loks so photoshopped..
    but it iss kwwwl =]

  • Anonymous

    wow groovy

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  • Anonymous

    it would probably look a lot less impressive in real life since you can only see it in 2-d in the picture but you would be able to see depth in real life

    • TKstyles

      This paint was applied on a FLAT(2D) surface to mimic 3D….your eye’s will still believe it’s 3D. BTW, you actually see the image in 3D in the picture(that’s the whole point of the illusion and in real life it would be even more impressive, due to depth perception), so thanks for your ignorance. And the T.V is mounted on a wall that can’t possibly be seen from the non-3D picture. This is real.

  • Anonymous

    lol this is great!

  • Anonymous

    this guy’s a master of perspective!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    wow this is amazing lol!!!!! i hav seen something v. similar to this but the man who is the artists displays his art work all over the streets!

  • Anonymous

    These are absolutely amazing! Makes me wonder what these designers do in their “spare” time!!!

  • Anonymous

    While the theory is pretty cool, the pictures are FAKE. Can anyone else not see the pixelization of the shapes that are “painted” in the rooms and buildings? Look closely and you will be able to tell. If you were truely painting this, there would be no pixelation. Another note..if you look closely, you can see through the paint..another sign that they are computer generated, layered, photos.

    • Vardluck

      Orrrr,its pixleated kuz when a photo goes on a screen,it becomes pixels,and who said paint cant be see-through

  • Anonymous

    this is boring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you smell like poo

  • Anonymous

    that is sick!☺☻

  • Anonymous

    O__O” some of these looks photoshopped..

  • Anonymous

    how did they do that, that is awesome

  • Anonymous

    LOVE it!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Thank u all 4 the comments there will be more posted up soon!!!

  • Nathan

    I must paint my home this way, this is awesome!

  • Anonymous

    that is mad house

  • Anonymous

    they’re using somekind of lighting projector and trace it back at the wall

  • breanna

    this isnt that cool really!!!

  • Anonymous

    these look stupid and not real only some of themlook real ..

  • Anonymous

    Cool! I wish I had that in my house.

  • Anonymous

    im rly sory bt is there any technique to this?i cant see anything..

  • Anonymous

    awesome! totally awesome!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    this is awsome

  • Anonymous


    but who has all that time?

  • Anonymous

    well, if i say anything here, it’s unlikely to be anywhere near an original comment. But, anyway i will state my point: ‘It’s amazing!

  • m-m-max!

    So, who on earth cares if it’s photoshopped or whatever? Who cares if it’s some trick, or ‘it’s not possible’? It’s nice to look at, and that’s the point! They’re just cool pictures! Get over it, all of you!

  • yall sum losers!

    i agree with M 2 the H O….. why does everything have to be photoshopped? cant you just accept the fact that they are real…..

    dont hate…appreciate….yea its corniny but it fits :D

  • Optional illusionist

    Along with Eschers stuff, these have got to be the best illusions!

  • Anonymous

    some videos of Felice Varini work


  • Anonymous

    Did no one notice the room with the blue square with the X in it???? The one pic shows the lines painted on the cabinet (maybe it’s a bookshelf?) on the right side of the picture, but in the other picture, it’s not even touching the cabinet. It’s a fake, and you’ve fallen for it.

    Can’t make it much easier to prove than that.




    Can’t make it much easier to prove than that.

  • Anonymous

    Ummm………Okayyyy….they were all weird but still cool!

  • Anonymous

    peh ak!!

  • dmk

    basically, this makes my brain hurt.

  • san francisco fashion photographer

    so awesome!

  • Anonymous

    the tenth and eleventh are SO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

  • Linda

    That’s crazy!

  • sklep wedkarski

    Cool site, i will come back here, regards

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  • Beck

    these are amazing…..so often i find images on this site which remind me of how complex and limitless the human mind is. Thank you, Vurdlak, for bringing us such wonderful content day after day, you are helping to make the world a brighter place.

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  • dibs

    that is all possible.

  • Koen

    the yellow circle is not real. there is a small television screen in that room and the screen itself had been painted. and it is PAINT, you can’t see right trough it. but the screen is a bit tinted…..

    • Kim

      Got nothing better to do than whinge?? And bye the way, you’re wrong !!

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  • i like the 1st and 2nd

  • ertxh

    I came buckets

  • sylvain

    these are works by Felice Varini. he has a great webside with a lot more pictures of his paintings.
    check it out!

  • affy

    yo do understand that none of these pictures are real…? they all are made on pc that is visible in all pictures.
    especially pic 6 look at the small screen
    in one word Fail!

  • lucid

    for those saying these are fake, I thought so to, but as sylvain said, they are by an artist felice varini:

  • Iva

    This is amazing!
    My favorite one is with the concentric circles. Any way it’s looked at it has a flow to it, an elegance that is not found in some of the other ones. Any way it’s seen, it’s art. And then the full frontal view is killer. It’s almost mind-boggling, walking into that spiral of circles.

    The oval in red and white was really cool too! Because it was in a winding corridor :)

  • Hello

    fake or real i don’t really care but this is just cool!

  • cheyenne

    very cool but confusing..disney channel did something like that with the jonas bros. they painted an all white room wit blu to make it look lik the disney channel symbol at an angel.
    thank is very cool..the croos one kinda looks like a mirror but the best one is the bathroom circle. and this is defiently not fake u dum dums so if u dont like it get off this website cuz no one but haters like haters only if they dont hate on eachother but we aint hatin on u so why hate on vurdlak? u just hatin cuz he actually got somewhere in his life and ur hear hatin on a very cool cool guy so leave cuz haterz r unwelcomed! cool illusion!

  • Sam

    @affy & Koen: What’s wrong with the 6th picture and the small television? Television is attached to other wall that can’t be seen in the picture below, that’s why you don’t see the tv either. This doesn’t prove the picture is fake!

  • vera neskovska

    Illusion is very very nice and stronge;)

  • EdwardCullensGal

    If you have a look at them, they’re pretty much all fake. It’s supposed to be PAINT, not TINT, and you can see through all of them, except for the black one, and if you look at the distorted one of the black one you will see that the lines are alot thicker than the actual circle. I thought this was amazing, until I read a comment from Koen, where he/she points out that Picture 6 – The yellow circle – is fake, because look at the small screen – so fake. I hate to be a hater, but this is all fake.

  • EdwardCullensGal

    My bad!! Apologies everyone, this IS real, because while you think you are looking at see through graphics and you can ‘see the wall’ behind it, it is the grooves and corners of the wall that they had to paint over. they obviously painted over the T.V. Koen, but just not the screen. Apologies again, and this is an amazing illusion.

  • jen

    most of these pictures are photoshop. If you look carefully some of the pictures the windows are also panted and im sorry but who does that? Also in some of the rooms you can find objects like lights, tvs, and other items other then the walls are panted partially as well. As someone sad before the t.v. in that one room is partially painted yellow which again who does that?

    • Alex

      To all you haters out there, it has to be real. Vurdlak would have told us if it was photoshopped by now. And for affy and Koen, you have to look closely to realize that the screen IS NOT painted, but you think it is for gods know why. Anyway, the artist has a website with some more REAL work.


  • Bob

    I imagine it would be pretty simple to make these, simply project the desired image (From a projector) into a corner/war/bend and paint over the lines you see.

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  • shela

    i wanna be there thats the bomb diggity

  • JayEvans

    yay 228th comment!!! Seriously, shut up and enjoy the pics.

  • vcg

    cool! awesome! i like the 10th and 11th pics.. ^^ really great!
    i really love your site.. ^^

  • Agito

    The reason it looks like you can “see through” the paint is because of the lights changing the color of the paint and making it look transparent. Take for example the red, yellow and blue squares in the windows. The part of the beam on the blue square facing us is in shadow so the paint is darker and the bottom part of the beam is in the light so its lighter. Hence the illusion that the paint is transparent, same concept for the rest. Also to dude that said its fake because of the t.v. screen if you look closely you can plainly see that the television SCREEN is not painted, but the the box around it IS painted.

  • pinadam

    im a 7 year old with email phone,and not telling.i see aout every single illusion on dis cool illusiony site

  • AK

    I usually refrain from commenting on websites; however I found an interesting video of the artist demonstrating how he does this type of art. It might come in handy for those who were interested in trying it out at home (should u have access to a nice projector) or just for quelling those photoshop rumors. Hope you’re French is good ;)


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