Dutch artist Ramon Bruin, aka JJK Airbrush, is a master at creating optical illusion drawings that blur the line between art and reality. Bruin, who is mostly self-taught, brings his anamorphic drawings to life by photographing them at precise angles, making the subjects appear to pop right off the page.
Even more impressive than his single-page works are Bruin's “multilayered illusions,” which are composed of drawings spread out over multiple sheets of perfectly aligned paper. The mind-boggling illustrations trick the eye into seeing incredible amounts of depth, whether it's in the form of butterflies fluttering off the page, buildings that stand several stories tall, or menacing sharks circling above the paper.
Ramon Bruin's website
via [Distractify], [Visual News]