"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.
A tree in Potsdam, Germany, looks like it has been cut in two, with the top hovering over the trunk, and it's thanks to a simple but clever artistic technique.
For French artist George Rousse, color is clearly important, but space, depth and perspective are everything.
Get ready to have your MIND BLOWN. Behold this amazing anamorphic optical illusion created for Ray-Ban. It's beautiful.
Chilean-born street artist Dasic specializes in large-scale outdoor pieces. Above, he's used the underside of a bridge to craft a vibrant, dreamlike scene – but you have to be in just the right spot to see it.
This is not a Rubik's Cube. We know it looks like a Rubik's Cube, but trust us. It isn't. It's an illusion — an anamorphic illusion, to be exact — and its one of the best examples of the medium we've seen in a long time.