Melon-twisting installations by artist Chris Engman composed of large scale digital photographs secured to the walls floors and ceilings of domestic interiors.
As viewers ’step inside’ the image, the anamorphic effect is dispelled and the scene becomes fragmented and warped.
Which is disappointing, yet salutory and reflective of idealised perception in general.
Currently on show at the Alice F. And Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio, if you’re passing.
The incredible anamorphic assemblages of Thomas Deininger.
Shallow consumerism, reality and illusion, the environmental cost of the modern world and so forth.
An anamorphic pedestrian crossing in the Icelandic fishing town of Ísafjörður created (as a rather elegant traffic calming measure) by street painting firm Vegi GÍH and Ísafjörður’s environmental commissioner, Ralf Trylla.
A clever anamorphic by Czech graffiti artist Milane Ramsi: his name written backwards with the background painted in to create the illusion of floating 3D typography.
The confounding anamorphic makeup, watercolour and face paint optical illusions of artist Dain Yoon.
More of her witchcraft here.
New and adorable, ephemeral and site-specific anamorphic drawings on the streets of Ann Arbour Michigan by David Zinn.
Previously: Chalk and Cheese
He has a new book out: Temporary Preserves.
Emergence Lab – an anamorphic sculpture by artist Thomas Medicus featuring six handpainted images spread across 216 laser-cut acrylic glass strips inside a large translucent cube.
The cube is filled with silicone oil to simulate the appearance of solid glass. Each image aligns when that side of the cube is viewed head on.
The residences and shops of the town of Palmitas in Mexico, transformed into a colourful abstract anamorphic by a collective of young muralists and street artists known as