"Emulsifier" is a captivating anamorphic sculpture created by Thomas Medicus. The Innsbrook-based artist hand painted 160 strips of glass and arranged them on a rotating base. As the sculpture turns, the painted rods align to reveal one of four transient motifs.
From most angles, this set of steps resembles any other staircase. But relocate to a specific spot in the room, and the stairway becomes enshrouded by its supporting beams.
We're suckers for the mind-blowing properties of a perfectly placed anamorphic image. And in this video, there are flat images hiding in a collection of Gundam toys. Can you tell which ones are real?
We've shown you impressive anamorphic illusions in the past, but the work of Felice Varini brings the medium to an unprecedented level of grandeur. For decades now, the Swiss artist has been creating some of the most remarkable perspective-dependent illusions on Earth, painting rooms, buildings, and sometimes entire…