Why don't you visit our Oleg Shulyak gallery.
This is one of the three winning images from the UN's World Wildlife Day poster competition organised by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES).
Believe it or not but both the green and the blue colors in this design are actually the same color.
This modern take on Escher's reptiles is called Escherati because it was designed by Deskarati.
The original is below and don't forget to have peek at our color version here Escher in color.
How many faces do you see and which ones are at the front and which ones are at the back ?
This basalt sea-cliff on the island of Heimaey in Southern Iceland looks just like a giant elephant or wooly mammoth dipping its trunk into the sea.
Heimaey is the largest island in the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago, which is a geologically young set of islands formed by volcanoes. Eldfell, a volcano on Heimaey, erupted in 1973, prompting locals to pump cold seawater onto the resulting lava flows in a successful attempt to redirect it from their harbor. The elephant on this island’s coast that attracts visitors is also formed from the volcanic basalt found everywhere on this island. Source: BoredPanda
A few strange things going on here. Sit back in your seat so you are not too close to the screen. Then look directly at the center green square. Firstly the sides of the different squares start to deform, secondly a ghostly circle appears around the green square. And, by the way, which green square is the biggest?
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