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DHL China Pavement Art
Category: 3D Illusions | Added: September 14, 2009 | 9 comments
Julian Beever returns with another impressive 3d perspective chalk drawing, this one is a promotion for DHL and shows a hole to China through which a delivery is being passed. It would be handy if it were that easy to deliver a parcel to the other side of the world however the Earth being only one-foot deep would be something of a concern.

DHL China Pavement Art
Image Credit: Flickr user Lee Jordan

Horses Illusion
Category: Illusion Art | Added: September 12, 2009 | 41 comments
How easy is it to lose a horse ? This painting by talented artist Bev Doolittle features a number of pinto horses that are the same colour as their background. While it doesn't represent the level of camouflage a real horse is likely to be capable of it does however provide a stunning optical illusion. How many horses can you see in the painting ?

Horses Illusion
Image Credit: Bev Dolittle

Dalmation Illusion
Category: Shape and Color | Added: September 10, 2009 | 17 comments
This illusion shows a dalmation sniffing around on the ground. The dog itself nor its surroundings can be identified by any one of the shapes in the image, but when taken as a whole the image of the dog can be recognised.

Dalmation Illusion
Image Credit: This image is believed to be in the public domain.

Impossible Shelves Illusion
Category: Impossible Objects | Added: September 8, 2009 | 33 comments
This classic illusion consists of a series of shelves attached to a wall, but exactly how many shelves are there ? Try counting them from the left and then from the right, are they the same ?

Impossible Shelves Illusion
Image Credit: This image is believed to be in the public domain.

Square and Cross Room
Category: 3D Illusions | Added: August 29, 2009 | 16 comments
This remarkable perspective illusion was created by artist Felice Varini, the lines drawn on the wall produce the effect of a two-dimensional square and cross that appear to exist in three-dimensional space but only when viewed from one specific angle.

Square and Cross Room
Image Credit: Felice Varini

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