Ikemath’s Impossible Gallery vol.2

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Based on the impact our last Impossible Objects Gallery by Ikemath received, it seems you just can’t get enough of these! Pardon me, if this doesn’t sound right – but it turned out our last gallery went viral in record time! Fortunately, there’s more where this came from. Check the following gallery filled with beautiful, previous unseen real-life impossible structures, once again accompanied by Ikemath’s signature wristwatch… Don’t forget to rate, pick your favourite/most illusive specimen and then comment!







  • niklause

    WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE WATCH??

    • The Doctor

      to show that its not a digital picture, but a real life photograph

  • Vincent

    FAIL
    floating cubes???? seriously??? (on the last pic)

  • mr.nobody

    my favorite is the last one its amazing

  • anonymous (without mask)

    The last one: I think there’s a big gap between the yellow and the orange’s “cube” (yellow is bigger and further)

  • Anonymous

    The first one seems obvious to me.

  • Rick M

    Escher made 2D images like these. I think these are 3D objects where the impossibiltity appears when they are viewed from a particular point (anamorphic?). Very skillfully done! I would love to see these from a different angle too (the spoiler) if possible.

  • Anonymous

    The fifth one is obvious how it was done. Good effects though!

  • don’t u get it guys its the angle duh its not connected its to parts that u put close together and from a cirtain angle it seems connected rly guys im ten I miles while make a swerchile radius

  • Critic

    presence of a watch proves nothing. u can digitally remaster a photo of a wrist watch.

  • SUPER Ilusions :-)

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