Sometimes looking at a work of art from the right angle can make all the difference. In the art installations shown here, building interiors and exteriors have been painted in various ways to make them look like patterns have been superimposed on top of them. However, this effect is only seen when looking at the space from the correct angle.
What can piles of junk be used for? Apparently, some pretty neat sculptures.
From pieces of scrap metal, to piles of household trash, to mummified animals, British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster have taken many pounds of nondescript rubbish and shined light on them, literally, to create what’s known as “shadow art.”
If you enjoy optical illusions, it’s likely you’ve seen M.C. Escher’s famous drawings of impossible buildings, with stairs that go upward without end and channels of water that continuously flow downward. But have you ever seen these impossible scenarios in three dimensions?