What looks like live fish and octopus in soup bowls, are actually photorealistic paintings by Singapore-based artist Keng Lye.
If you came across this artwork at the exhibition center, you might think you've stumbled upon a pile of garbage – but as soon as you find the right angle, the whole thing comes into focus as a very impressive anamorphic portrait of Malian actor Sotigui Kouyate.
Have you ever dreamed you could draw things in the air? Well now you can! 3Doodler is the world’s first and only 3D Printing Pen that draws in the air or on surfaces.
At a first glance, you won't get the point of Jonty Hurwitz's sculptures - they are created with such mathematical precision, that can only be seen in a reflection.
To get 3D effect, Ramon applies the anamorphic technique: he draws a detailed yet distorted image which comes together only when photographed from the correct angle.
The Magic Art Special Exhibition in Hangzhou (China) displays an amazing collection of 3D art by 20 talented South Korean artists. To the delight of the kids (and some adults), there aren't any signs saying "do not touch". You can interact and take photos of every painting.
Inspired by British 3D street artist Julian Beever, 21-year-old Nagai Hideyuki from Japan creates amazing 3D pencil drawings on paper.
Seattle-based illustrator Dain Fagerholm used animated GIF technology to make his cute hand drawn monsters come to life. The 3D look is achieved by rapidly changing a couple of images with slightly shifted perspectives. Of course, stereographic images existed for hundreds of years and it isn't something completely new. However, it's unusual to see this...
Swiss artist Felice Varini creates amazing anamorphic illusions using an eye-deceiving technique called anamorphosis. The complete shapes are only seen when viewed at certain angles, otherwise the viewer only sees some random broken pieces.
A Japanese artist named Riusuke Fukahori is painting incredibly realistic three-dimensional goldfish using acrylic paint layered over clear resin. Just like 3D printer, the artists paints the fish layer by layer, with the sandwiched slices revealing slight more about each creature.
This anamorphic Medusa was created by Truly Design using the same eye-deceiving technique called anamorphosis. Remember how Perseus had to look at the Gorgon Medusa's image reflected in the mirroring shield given to him by Athena to avoid being turned into stone? Well, also this Medusa can be seen only from a certain viewpoint.