In Back to Nature, artist Fesson Ludovic

Spectacular Geometric Forms Find Balance in Nature

Embrace the idea of furniture that redesigns space with black shapes and optical illusions

Design Awards 2014

Embrace the idea of furniture that redesigns space with black shapes and optical illusions

I like this because it gives the illusion of there being something behind the magazine, and the tear interrupts everything else because it's not supposed to look like it's meant to be there

I like this because it gives the illusion of there being something behind the magazine, and the tear interrupts everything else because it's not supposed to look like it's meant to be there

Emma-Jane Cammack - Body Paint Illusions - http://www.moillusions.com/emma-jane-cammack-body-paint-illusions/

Emma-Jane Cammack - Body Paint Illusions - http://www.moillusions.com/emma-jane-cammack-body-paint-illusions/

Camouflage Body paint. Bodypainted model hidden seamlessly in a London Landscape by Bodypainter Emma Cammack www.emmacammack.com

Camouflage Body paint. Bodypainted model hidden seamlessly in a London Landscape by Bodypainter Emma Cammack www.emmacammack.com

Camouflage Body paint. Bodypainted model  hidden seamlessly into zebra print by Bodypainter Emma Cammack for FABAIC

Camouflage Body paint. Bodypainted model hidden seamlessly into zebra print by Bodypainter Emma Cammack for FABAIC

Camouflage Body paint. Bodypainted model  hidden seamlessly into  an optical illusion for Illusion Magazine by Bodypainter Emma Cammack www.emmacammack.com

Camouflage Body paint. Bodypainted model hidden seamlessly into an optical illusion for Illusion Magazine by Bodypainter Emma Cammack www.emmacammack.com


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Cecilia Paredes was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background.via My Modern Metvar Scribol

Cecilia Paredes was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background.via My Modern Metvar Scribol

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