The work of Hungarian graphic designer and illustrator István Orosz,
More of his anamorphic, still life and trompe l’oeil shenannigans here.
Against a white background, the Kishu Collection by Maya Selway appears to be a series of minimalist sketches of everyday items.
In fact, it’s a (just about) functional set of trompe l’oeil sculptural forms crafted from oxidized copper – each piece carefully weighted to help it balance.
(Hat tip: Aaron McAllorum)
This accidentally-discovered optical illusion makes you feel better about yourself by making the pretty people appear as caricatures of themselves.
Sorry about that.
1. Stare at the red dot on her nose for 30 seconds.
2. Turn to face a blank, light coloured surface (ceiling or wall).
3. Blink repeatedly and quickly.
4. Now fer ya.