So once again we go down the road of the confusing eye. This time however, we shall be taking a look at some of the internets finest picture optical illusions. There is some artwork blended in, acting as a bridge to the previous blog about this topic, which you can read by clicking here
A picture speaks a thousand words, so here are a few pictures (the equivalent of a few thousand words).
You can check out loads more of these here on a blog about the 5 best pavement artists - http://www.boredpanda.com/5-most-talented-3d-sidewalk-chalk-artists/
|Old fish eyes is back!|
The anthropomorphism of the fish as human eyes is both beautiful and disturbing in equal measures.
This photo is like a living version of those three part people drawings we all did as kids (when you drew a head and then folded the page over so the next snotty kid could draw the body before letting the third snotty (and smelly) kid draw on the legs).
This is the kind of arty photo that would win a student a prize in their final term.
|Everything she eats goes straight to her thighs.|
|I have nothing to add to this photo, so I|
will leave this caption bit blank.
|Graffiti using light to it's advantage, cheeky.|
Artists make use of the perspective problems of the human eye in many ingenious ways. Like this chair for example, makes for a great picture of a tiny person sitting on it, but is completely impractical for everyday chair use. You will not find these in your local furniture store, you have to order them online.
|Oh I faced it...|
|Not really 3D, but god damn it, it sure looks like it is!|
|These kinds of optical illusion come in a couple of forms, there is a good Jesus on the wall one.|
P.S - for anyone following along, this was day 16 of my blog-a-day-a-thon-thing-ama-jig