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Relativiteit (1953)

Take a look at this amazing Escher's Relativity Optical Illusion illusion. Browse and enjoy our huge collection of optical illusions and mind bending images and videos.

Hidden inside this oil painting by Ukrainian artist Oleg Shuplyak lies a second layer of an optical illusion. At first this painting presents two birds but in reality is only one bird and a brach of leaves, Stunning!

Mona Lisa. I was surprised at the size of the painting.  I was expecting something much larger

The Mona Lisa (La Gioconda or La Joconde, or Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, a half-length portrait of a woman by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, art in the world." The painting, is in oil and is now at the Musée du Louvre in Paris.

This optical illusion carpet, spotted in a Paris video game store, provides an illusion of a vortex floor. (http://www.moillusions.com/2011/09/illusion-carpet-in-the-game-store.html)

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This optical illusion carpet, spotted in a Paris video game store, provides an illusion of a vortex floor. carpet-in-the-game-store.

Detail, colour, and cohesive images emerge from a collection of seemingly erratic items - making elegant sense of what can be a jumble of user data and generated content.

Amazing Shadow Art

Funny pictures about Amazing Shadow Art. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing Shadow Art. Also, Amazing Shadow Art photos.

Waterfall by M.C. Escher. Surrealism. capriccio

M.C Escher's paradox waterfall where water from the base of a waterfall appears to run downhill along the water path before reaching the top of the waterfall

Torre Eiffel. La cara de París.

An Optical Illusion in Paris. This shot was taken under the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Do you see the face? yes, but there is a picture underneath of a face!

TUTTA L'ARTE DI MAURITS CORNELIS ESCHER RIVIVE A PALAZZO REALE

Escher Maurits Cornelis, Concave et Convexe, analyse d'oeuvre

Escher. The paradox of the impossible constructions and geometric motifs in air, exploring architecture in an imaginative game of distorting mirrors

Maurits Cornelis Escher (*June 1898 in Leeuwarden/ Netherlands, † March 1972 in Laren/ North Holland/ Netherlands) "Relativity", 1953

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