A post shared by Jesse Rix (@jesse_rix) on Jul 19, 2018 at 8:51am PDT Tattoo artist Jesse Rix creates visual magic on the body. With an expert understanding of optical illusion tattoo designs, his trompe-l’œil body art reveals otherworldly scenes hiding just beneath the skin. The crisp lines, master use of perspective, and bold colors create an incredible sense of depth that will make you momentarily think you’re gazing into another universe.
Photographer Chris Engman invites you to enter a world within a world.
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Is this a door or a beach??? Hahahaha pic.twitter.com/f4DZ7MZzGy — (@rebeccareilly__) August 24, 2018 From a perplexing blue/gold dress to dots that disappear with the blink of an eye, there’s been plenty of strange optical illusions that have stumped Internet users and sparked heated debates. The latest puzzle to have gone viral is a photo posted by Twitter user Rebecca Reilly (@rebeccareilly__) which shows an abstract wash of blue and beige hues.
Anything is possible through photography.
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A moving square appears to change in color, though the color is constant. pic.twitter.com/phzLNgfIZy — Akiyoshi Kitaoka (@AkiyoshiKitaoka) August 14, 2018 Take a look at the video above and you’ll probably see a square traveling left to right on the gradient, changing color as it goes. But what if you discovered the moving square actually stays the same color the whole time? That’s right, once again our eyes are deceiving us with another optical illusion.
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Photographer John Dykstra has had a long artistic journey.
Los Angeles-based artist Katy Ann Gilmore combines art and mathematics to transform ordinary, flat surfaces into incredible three-dimensional illusions. At first glance, her intricate work looks digitally rendered; however, Gilmore meticulously hand-draws each detail using pens and markers. Whether it’s a giant mural or a smaller work on paper, each line drawing appears to leap from her chosen canvas.
Things are not what they seem on the plates of chef Ben Churchill.
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