Illusion- look at this canvas and tell me you see? the left side framework is slightly distorted..this is because of the strong diagonals in the frame..the ancient Greeks knew this optical flaw all too well when they designed their temples and the only way to correct it so that it appears straight is to crop the side slightly at an angle.

This graphic design represents geometry because both intersecting lines and acute angles can be found in it.

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This piece of line art is pretty creative. The artist has done a wonderful job taking a design and making it have a effect. The position of the hole on the rule of thirds line gives the design some depth and still keeps the symmetry.

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GRAPHIC NOISE The legacy of Bauhaus lives on in graphic black and white .

\Orna\ by Cristian Boian, via Behance

Before becoming a digital artist, Cristian Boian was a carpenter in his village to Curtea de Arges, Romania.

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The Warping Cushion Effect is yet another optical illusion that proves how selected patterns are able to distort the reality we perceive. Just look at the diagonal lines below! Even though they are perfectly straight and parallel, as well as the rectangles they form intersecting, something obviously doesn’t seem right. The warping effect that makes the lines misbehave prevents us from seeing the picture in its true nature. But what is responsible for such an amazing effect?

Warping Cushion Effect - yet another optical illusion that proves how selected patterns are able to distort the reality we perceive.

Julio Le Parc (argentin 1928) "Modulation 62", 1976 | LE PARC LUMIERE

Julio Le Parc, Modulation Acrylic on canvas. in Graphic Design

Kinetic Sculptures by Jennifer Townley_0

Kinetic Sculptures by Jennifer Townley

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Kinetic Sculptures by Jennifer Townley

prostheticknowledge: “AsinasKinetic sculpture by Jennifer Townley is a geometric form that decepticely appears to fold into itself: Link ”

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