These awesome photos by German photographer Christopher Hassler, shot in a tunnel using a fisheye lens, have such a convincing tweaked perspective that they might just test the mettle of acrophobic viewers.
Makoto Aida, Azemichi (a path between rice fields) Japanese mineral pigment, acrylic on Japanese paper, 73 x 52 cm. Collection of Toyota Municipal Museum of Art; courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery Feels Vauguely creepy - Japanese as opposed to American Gothic?
Artists Ramon Bruin, Allessandro Diddi, and Fredo are some of the artists behind these cool drawings that look as though they’re jumping right off of the blank pages they inhabit. The artists have truly mastered perspective and space within their artwo
Victoria réalise de surprenants jeux de miroir avec les paysages qu’elle photographie
Trees, nature's condos for the little guys, are not just a pretty picture. Squirrels, birds, and bugs count on them for a place to live. (I know the lens is about trees and not art. But I love that face-in-the-trees illusion artwork.