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Optical Illusion Art and a Touch of Science

I was pointed to these two pictures from Giavasan.

I can't speak the language but found many items on this site of interest.

First here is a classic piece of art with illusions built in. The way you are moved from one landscape to another seamlessly is an enjoyable form of illusion.

Click on this picture you will be taken to what
I believe is a gallery of similar pictures by the artist.

This next picture didn't have a link and I am not sure who created it. If someone does speak/read Italian maybe you could go to this post and let me know if there is any credit or info given for this picture.

Update: I found the source of the below picture. It comes from the portfolio of Dimitri Daniloff. He has many other interesting items in his portfolio, Thank You Daria for leaving a comment letting me know you found the creator of the below picture.

I included it here because it presents us with the illusion of a real life Mr. Potato Head.

I found the concept of designer parts humorous and wanted to laugh a little why we still can.

I might be too late though as seen below. I guess 20 years down the road the photo above won't be so far fetched, just another parody of the miracle of science.

Click Picture to go to PBS' The Body Shop


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