French artist JR continues transforming famous sites into stunning illusions with an installation at Paris' famed opera house. The façade of Palais Garnier was turned into a stage for all to enjoy. Over the course of four evenings, lyrical performances and dance related to the opera were projected onto the installation. This is the first of two consecutive installations that the Paris Opera has commissioned from the well-respected artist.
While some artists rely on canvases to create art, Mimi Choi uses her own face.
Tucked into the corner of the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum is a portal to another world.
Have you ever seen breathtaking images taken by astronauts aboard the ISS? The curvature of the Earth dominates the composition, while the blue ocean and green fragments of land shine below. In the background, the pitch black space is dotted with bright stars. As much as you'd think this description fits the image above, the truth is that this photo is an optical illusion.
Japanese photographer Kenichi Ohno makes regular visits to a local marsh in order to practice his nature photography.
A gate in Vienna, Austria, is an optical illusion.
Illusions can be tricky to pull off. Optical illusions on a moving body are even more challenging and a true feat when done right. Kim Gardiner achieved this accomplishment during Halloween 2022 when she crafted a costume for her son Cole. His ensemble was a mind-bending “invisible man” that makes it look like there was a hidden human walking around.
Using just a single sheet of white paper, Parth Kothekar can create mesmerizing works of art.
The city of L'Aquila, located in central Italy, is a beautiful gem that gained international attention in 2009 after a...
When people commit to a tattoo, they usually expect to have just one image permanently inked on their skin. However, a tattoo artist in France creates clever designs that can be viewed in two different ways. Veks Van Hillik adds mesmerizing body art to people's elbows and knees that reveal another side to the illustration when people unbend their joints. Each of these black-and-white tattoos is carefully drawn to interact with people's bodies.
We've seen some incredible storm clouds, but nothing quite like this.
We've all come across an optical illusion that has tricked our eyes, but how often has it been on someone's...