The figures, be they teddy bear, Lego men, origami or wooden are photographed - as are the cups and accessories. The impossible objects were created entirely in the computer using 2D drawing and painting software. The third image depicts an object made with Meccano, a wonderful construction kit that sadly has all but disappeared now. It was a huge success in post World War II England and was an important part of my childhood. The origami figure was folded by me from a design by the Spanish origami artist Miguel Salvatella. These images are based upon the well known “tribar” or “Penrose Triangle”. Via David Macdonald. Visit our gallery here.
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