“Art is the chance to think regardless of concepts.”
Have you ever given it a thought that why most of the wetsuits have a monotone design? Most wetsuits are designed to be functional and protective but there is nothing that says they can’t be creative? For a change, here are some creative and interesting wetsuit designs which are sure to be an alternative.
Creative Wetsuit Designs by Diddo: These wetsuit designs were created using custom inks and unique printing techniques to map original and lifelike textures onto suits that evoke the mysteries of the seas.
Horizons is the name of this piece of art by Neil Dawson . It is located in New Zealand on “The Farm,” a large private art park owned by Alan Gibbs, a New Zealand businessman.
Curious : If you can’t see the optical illusion you may have schizophrenia!
A professional street painter, Tracy Lee Stum, best known for her 3D street paintings, also called anamorphic or pavement chalk art.
“3D Anamorphic Street Paintings are illusionary 2-dimensional images that appear to become 3-dimensional when viewed from a fixed point through a camera lens. Tracy has been creating these types of chalk art images since she first started street painting and continues to challenge herself through this manner of visual expression.”
Kurt Wenner is a master artist best known for his extremely high quality street painting and chalk murals using a projection called anamorphosis. These 3D chalk drawings on pavement have been featured in many newspapers and on several television shows.
I’ve been posting Sandro Del Prete’s optical illusion artworks for a long time. Today I bring you one of his awesome impossible paintings, not so many people even heard of. Now little bit of Sandro’s biography.
Sandro Del-Prete was born in 1937, and is a Swiss artist who paints figures, situations and processes that cannot exist in the real world. Comparisons can be drawn between Del-Prete and Escher’s artwork, although they differ in subject matter, style, mood and technique. Del-Prete greatly admires Escher and believes that they are ‘kindred spirits’, however the viewer will find very little mathematical precision in Del-Prete’s work, something that is always present in Escher’s work.
Octavio Ocampo is an artist we often cover here, on Optical Illusion . All his art creations have an optical illusion touch that is hard to replicate. If you remember his flower creations which often picture a beautiful lady, or his nature environments that hold an interesting story, you’ll probably recognize his presence in today’s illusion as well. Although there is no one else painted here than two soldiers and their horses, you’ll probably have no problem identifying famous Don Quixote.