• Tony

    I’m not sure if this is Escher… He used mostly black&white for this kind of pictures. But he has made this picture: http://www.punkycorner.it/arte/escher/09.jpg

  • john

    its like from that movie… labyrinth

  • Lauren

    This is definitely not an Escher. Escher’s primarily used printmaking methods to produces his pieces, and the sort of halftoning required to achieve an image such as this through printmaking methods would have been absolutely ridiculous. This is definitely an Escher-inspired piece.

  • Jennifer

    Kinda reminds me of Harry Potter…

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  • BurninRubber

    It’s like a Rubix cube. The stairs at the bottom go up, and there is another one after that, leading up too. Ignore the fact that the walls are in different angles and places (If you don’t the illousion will look like something COMPLETELY different!) And ignore the fact that the stairs are on the top and bottom of each staircase. I haven’t figuered out why there is a wall between the stairs near the first staircase. That’s more focused on on the wall facing upwards, which is really a floor. If you’re trying to be normal, the floor facing upwards would mean that the stair case next to that floor wouldn’t (and couldn’t) exist. Spooky!

  • Shane

    yeah you we’re right tony. the first image wasnt esher.
    esher RULES

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  • Grace

    well,Jeniffer I sorta agrree..it reminds me of Harru Potter too lol

  • clueless

    So totally agree about Discworld! I really see what you mean! (The books are better than the computer game – I got stuck!)

  • Feather

    This illusion isn’t a work of M.C Escher, althoiugh it is done in his style. It reminds me of that seen in Labyrinth where that girl is trying to get her brother from David Bowie, but she can’t figure out how to make the staircases hold her or something. Good movie, but the comment board isn’t about good movies =^.^= -_-()

  • Anonymous

    it is an escher but sum1 has just added colour to it and added a bit more detail

    oh, and they’ve taken the people out of the work

  • im pretty sure she

    It reminds me more of the movie Labyrinth than Harry Potter :]

  • bunny

    it reminds me of hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardy :D

  • maze slave

    @feather, Its appropriate to mention and give coo-dos to the movie Labyrinth. Besides the Escher inspired set(s) it also incorporates MANY optical illusions not to mention the illusion of puppetry.

  • maze slave

    Also, I was going to mention there was a early Electronic Arts game on the Commodore 64 called Realms of Impossibility (1984?) that incorporated these Escheresque stair and hall illusions, that was a great game.

  • sillymoose

    haaaaaaa it reminds me of the harry potter thingiiee x

  • hannan

    i can’t find the way to my room!

  • MeEgAn GaLaNtE

    This confuzzles me!

  • MeEgAn GaLaNtE

    Oh!! know that I took a better look at it it makes sense!

  • A. Snow

    For me, these are two different pictures merged together. the one on the left shows a horizontal view while the one on the right shows a vertical view.

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