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25 Trippy Optical Illusions
2.3K Shares Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Visionary Canadian artist Rob Gonsalves is famous for creating paintings where the people or the objects in them seamlessly disappear into one another, effectively playing tricks on the mind of the viewer. More than the beautiful imagery and technique that has clearly gone into each painting, the effect which is akin to an optical illusion gives the artist the unique opportunity to portray multiple, connected…
Blu's Massive New Mural in Rome Turns 48 Windows into Faces
Italian street artist Blu (previously) just wrapped up work on this giant mural that wraps around two sides of a building in Rome. The pieces utilizes nearly 50 windows to create the mouths and eyes of some 27 bizarre faces all vying for attention. You can see some more views of the piece on his blo
Ornate Kaleidoscopic Installations That Mimic Patterned Textiles by Suzan Drummen
Meticulously placing small, ornate materials in eye-dazzling patterns Suzan Drummen (previously) produces kaleidoscopic installations that appear like three dimensional textiles. Within these pieces Drummen likes to explore how artwork can seduce and repulse, drawing the viewer in to take a closer l
Artist Spray Paints Floors Of Abandoned Buildings With Colorful Tile Patterns
Javier de Riba, an artist based in Barcelona, creates fascinating works of street art that make it seem as though the empty buildings he explores are paved with beautiful tile floors. Instead of actually tiling them, however, he simply paints on them with stencils and spray paint.
"Unravelling Bolero"--the art of Anne Adams
Unravelling Bolero, 1994--a bar-by-bar representation of Ravel's Bolero Anne Adams was a Canadian biologist-turned-artist who died in 2007. Her best-known piece, the "Bolero" above, I think fits well into our recent discussion of visual representations of graphic rhythms. It seems that her interest in this approach may actually have been awakened by the early stages of the brain disease that ultimately killed her. Here is how her case is described in New Scientist: When Adams completed…
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Here's another excuse not to go to church! St. George's church in the Czech Republic fell into disrepair in the 1960s after the cave fell in during a funer
Polish Artist Gives An Uncomfortable And Surreal Twist To Corny American Photos
Remember those dreams, where everything looks real, yet something is a little bit off? Well, Polish artist Weronika Gęsicka's unsettling images explore these uncanny themes. They portray a distorted reality, but the nightmarish scenes still appear plausible, and this duality looks captivating.