Optical Illusion Art That Makes Your Head Explode
Optical Illusion Art can Come in Many Forms
Some optical illusion art can be mind bending and others have subtle characteristics that make a huge difference in its presentation.
This 18″ x 26″ wall hanger from Macevoy shows a bearded man gazing toward a mysterious tower with the nearby dormant trees as his hair. Upon closer inspection a wolf lurking in the treeline appears instead of the mans face and beard. Wall hangers make great decor in living rooms, focal points in hallways, and many other areas of the home.
Old Couple or Musicians is classic optical illusion art by Salvador Dali, a Spanish surrealist, that will keep you wondering through his perception through illusion painting from the 1930s. Slavador began his painting career at a young age. He painted the original to this print when he was 27 years old. His artistic inspiration came from the likes of Picasso, Magritte,and Miro when he moved to France. This print comes as a 19″ x 14″ print.
Sisyphus Goes is a perceptual depiction of a man pushing a stone up an infinite stair case. The original is a piece by MC Escher. Escher is one of the most world famous graphic artists, and was one among over 2000 images in his collection. Apart from being a graphic artist, Escher illustrated books, designed tapestries, stamps, and murals. This optical illusion art is available in 18″x12″, 24″x16″, or 48″x32″ dimensions.
If you prefer oil paintings, you will love this optical illusion art that jumps out with 3d optical effects of a couple walking in the rain. The use of a palette knife with thick and bold strokes will give you a unique 3D feeling and variety of other effects.
It takes a very talented artist to paint with a palette knife and create textured effects, while maintaining the refined details. This palette knife painting comes on a 24″ x 48″ canvas.
Masters of Deception is a paperback book that covers a wide range of art related to optical illusions. The book not only focuses on a the artists mentioned in the title, but also, a wide variety of artists that were inspired by their work.
In this book you will find representations of Op Art, non traditional portraits, commercial artwork, and sculptors based on some famous works.
The full page reproductions loose the possibilities of optical illusion art as well as let the artwork speak more for itself than the author.