Portuguese mural artist Odeith stands out from other urban painters with his mind-bending 3D graffiti works. Using deceptive shadows, hues, and other tricks, he manages to bring his 2D murals to life and make his paintings look as if they truly leap off the walls.
Take a look at this collection of the best anamorphic artwork by Bernard Pras.
This hypnotizing glass sculpture is “Emulsifier” by artist Thomas Medicus. As it rotates, it reveals four beautiful animal paintings.
Ramon Bruin, the talented self-taught artist from the Netherlands, is back with more amazing anamorphic pencil drawings. These drawings seem 3D and life-like from one perspective, but look like nonsensical blobs from another.
Italian illustrator Alessandro Diddi draws stunning anamorphic 3D pieces that make you question your own eyes. His meticulously detailed pencil drawings are combined with small props, sometimes the very pencil he draws with, or his own fingers, and that way his creations aren't even limited by the lines of the paper sheets.
Remember Dutch freelance artist Ramon Bruin and his stunning 3D pencil drawings? The 31-year-old mostly self-taught artist kept improving his skills, and has recently presented some new works!
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.
Inspired by British 3D street artist Julian Beever, 21-year-old Nagai Hideyuki from Japan creates amazing 3D pencil drawings on paper.
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.
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.
No, it's not a text sticker on a glass wall, nor a text added in Photoshop. London-based graphic designer Joseph Egan together with his colleagues from Chelsea College of Art & Design created this eye-deceiving typography using a projection called anamorphosis.