This Anamorphic Cube Reveals a Different Painting Every Time You Spin It

The controversial end of Interstellar features Matthew McConaughey movie through a four-dimensional tesseract, transcending space and time. Somehow, this three-dimensional anamorphic cube reminds me of that scifi fantasy. Except it’s totally real.

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Emergence Lab” by artist Thomas Medicus is composed of 216 hand-painted laser cut acrylic strips. They’re assembled in such a way that an image emerges when the cube is viewed at just the right angle.

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Each image also has two sides so viewed from one direction you might see a shadow puppet with antlers and from the opposite side you see a deer.

Illustration for article titled This Anamorphic Cube Reveals a Different Painting Every Time You Spin It

The complex structure is beautiful even when you through it at the most chaotic point. Kind of like that tesseract but, you know, real.

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