Felice Varini is a Swiss artist known for his mind-bending designs, which consist of so-called perspective-localized paintings. These are shapes that appear three-dimensional when viewed from one vantage point, but which are in fact a skillfully-arrayed geometry of flat graphics painted onto the surfaces. The technical term for this is “anamorphosis” from the Greek prefix “ana-” meaning back or again, and “morphe” meaning shape or form. But no words can do justice to how unreal these look. Scroll down to see for yourself.
This truly takes the art of illusion to another dimension, wouldn’t you agree? Be sure to visit Felice Varini’s website to see more of his eye-deceiving work. And please share this amazing discovery with all of your friends by clicking the button below now. They will appreciate it.