Bulge Admin at 1:32 pm September 1, 2017 A melon-twister by psychologist and optical illusion maker Akiyoshi Kitaoka. More here. prostheticknowledge FacebookTwitterPinterest Related posts: This Image Is Not Actually Moving Trippin’ Eyeballs Warp Setting Head Spins
Fairly obviously.. http://www.artnet.com/artists/victor-vasarely/
Fairly obviously what though? What are ye trying to say seimiq?
I tried to twist a melon once. Literally. It’s not easy. The size of the fruit makes it hard to hold, and rigidity renders it liable to shatter. I suspect it lacks the flexibility to deform under torque, even if the requisite force could be applied. I had more luck with kiwi fruits, and one spectacular experience with an over-ripe banana.
Heh. That made me snigger like a loon.