Strainer… well, there’s another english word I learned today. Concerning illusion motives – it’s also the first. Are you able to pinpoint the illusion in this miniature “art installation” project? It certainly isn’t that hard to see, but when you do you’ll be amazed how detailed the result really is! I’d like to thank Bernard for showing me this, but I’d appreciate even more if we could once again locate the original source. Enjoy!
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19 Replies to “Strainer Shadow Optical Illusion”
About the strainer, the sieve : it is an art work by Isaac Cordal
Oh, there is a face!
TinEye turned up this: http://blankmag.net/urban-street-art/street-art-shadow-faces/
Though this looks to be the original source: http://diminutos.wordpress.com/2009/12/01/cement-bleak/
You are very creative man! nice one
I have a pieces of art created by this artist ….he lives in florida I dont recall his name but will let you know when I figure it out.
The artists name is Peter Robinson Smith!!!
OMG – It’s a *GSVR*! (to decode, look at your keyboard. for each letter, look one letter to the left e.g. *r[ov* = epic)
Decode it if you want to find out what the answer is. Hint:
Look at the shadow
to reply to your comment isnt the answer FACE!i looked at my keyboard on my laptop i followed what you said it ends up being FACE!
cool observation my friend cool!
Nicely done, if it’s real…
That’s very smart! Cool as.
the strainer itself looks like a chimp’s face
It is well done, I wonder how long it took them to bend that into shape. BTW first comment.
Isaac Cordal is the artist
this an effect, not an illusion
very intelligent :)