Two people (Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís Benet), a few buidlings, plenty of optical madness.
Serbian photographer Nikola Olic lives in Dallas, Texas. His photographs testify to his mad love of buildings and cities. Their architectures are the occasion to get lost in the most derange perspectives.
Kokichi Sugihara teaches at the Meiji University in Tokyo and presented a superb optical illusion. Source: Nautilus.
After the photo, a video showing how you can write so big words hanging in the middle of a gymnasium. In The Gym from Doyle Partners on Vimeo.
An anamorphosis is used to show something that is only recognizable from a certain location and in a certain angle. Most of them are classically hidden inside paintings. But a city decided to use one anamorphosis to make car drivers believe that there is a child playing on the road, forcing them to slow down…… Read More
Very impressive demonstration of what can be done with a beautiful video projection when it uses as best as possible technical means to make appear what is often ready to become a full blown optical illusion… in architecture. YouTube link The designer: www.projectieopgebouwen.nl.
M.C.Escher paintings and engravings are playing havoc with perspective and the way our senses and brain build and internal image of what is visible. I would not believe it possible to reproduce them with such a rigid structure as the one provided by Lego bricks. Andrew Lipson is not the guy to be stopped by… Read More