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Posts tagged "forced perspective"

150 Toy Guns Combined Into A Remarkable USA Map Installation

In this wonderful example of forced perspective art Michael Murphy used 130 toy guns and suspended them on barely visible line on the roof of the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, positioning the guns so that when looking at the structure from its front the guns would create an image of USA...

Geometric Art By Georges Rousse Is Only Visible From One Angle

With his mind-bending perspective art, renowned artist Georges Rousse has proved that he is both an artist and a magician. His amazing paintings create order out of what, from any angle but the right one, seems like total chaos.

This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of Objects

French painter, photographer and sculptor Bernard Pras recreated a portrait of French postman Ferdinand Cheval from a pile of furniture and other household objects using a brilliant forced perspective technique.

25 Of The Most Amazing Perfectly Timed Snapshots

If photography is about capturing a moment, then these photographs represent the very best of this aspect of photography. Each image captures a once-in-a-lifetime combination of time and space that makes for illusive, confusing and funny images.

Artist Uses Forced Perspective To Make Miniature Car Models Look Like Real Cars

Incredible miniature model artist Michael Paul Smith has created a wonderful series of photographs illustrating the cars in a 1950s American town of his own imagination called Elgin Park. The artist uses clever forced perspective tricks to place the vehicles he creates into real-world life-sized settings.

How Some Landscape Photos Are Actually Made

What does spilled paprika powder and planet Mars have in common? To a New Jersey-based artist Matthew Albanese, the visually similar color and texture of the two lead to creating a meticulous diorama of Mars, and then photographing it in a way that you wouldn't think it's fake. Eventually this revelation resulted in the "Strange...