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Here we ask the question which parts of the bridge are the longest, A & C or B & D? This is our take on a famous old illusion called the Jastrow Illusion.
If you keep you eye on one of the balls the other one seems to be all over the place. Then try it with the other ball.
This is a great picture of the atrium in the tallest building in the world, the Burj Dubai. But are we looking up or are we looking down?
Here are a couple of Ben Heine pictures that I have just added to our Gallery of his work. Be sure to check out our Ben Heine Gallery
This is our take on the famous Lilac Chaser by Jeremy Hilton. We have changed the colors and added another ball going in the opposite direction. Just stare intently at the center cross.
I designed this optical illusion a few years ago now and just thought it would be nice to give it another airing.
Patrick Hughes is an acclaimed British artist who was born in Birmingham, but now works in London. He aspired to create a name for himself in his field, which he did when he invented the optical illusion reverspective. Reverspective is an illusion designed on a three dimensional surface where the farthest parts of the picture are actually the nearest.
Life before the Reverspective Optical Illusion
Hughes became an independent much later on in life. Before he created his reputation as the man behind the reverspective optical illusion, he taught students in Leeds College of Art. Since he wanted to play a more active role in the art industry, he quit teaching to become a full time independent artist.
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