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Creativity knows no bounds, and this story serves to prove just that. Artists are often thought to be a class of creative people who have a very bound segment to work on, and it is often thought that their work is very mere and simple.
However, the illustrations displayed here will prove the fact that they too can deliver works that are just too tough for the simple human mind to comprehend.
Check them out!
You have probably been tricked into thinking that the fan-favorite Peanuts characters are crossing the road, just like everyone else is tricked into thinking. But it's only an optical illusion!
Swiss artist Felice Varini's very talent is in creating very large-scale optical illusions. This one has been created by using real blocks, and only from one angle (as pictured) do they form one unified image.
This Honk Kong street illusion isn't really much of a head-scratcher, though it may seem to be at first. See for yourself!
Got how this one works to trick the naive human brain?
Yes, this is another optical illusion. But isn't it simply amazing?
Artist Nagai Hideyuki employs two papers set at right angles to each other to create sketches that seem to extend out into space!
So which side was up again?
The grassy ball that you see inthe picture is actually an extremely long grassy swatch that extends for several yards outside the Paris Town Hall. This view is received when standing and seeing it from one particular point.
Got anything on this one yet?
Look lightly at the painting and you will see ships. Look far into it, and it looks like a bridge over water!
Credit goes to artist Fanette Guilloud for this one!
See it from one angle and it's alive and well. See it from another, well... that's just gruesome!
Artist Erik Johansson is the man you're looking for!
Artist Regina Silveira's clever illusion can give anyone a heart attack!
South Korea has an entire museum full of optical illusions. It's the Trick Eye Museum!