Trompe L'oeil (trick-of-the-eye)
The Painted Truck Optical Illusions are photoshops (as you can see its the same truck used in each picture) never the less its a cool illusion.
Alexa Meade has innovated a Trompe-L’Oeil (trick of the eye) painting technique that can perceptually compress three-dimensional space into a two-dimensional plane.
first image photo: EVOL EVOL is a berlin based street artist that transforms banal urban surfaces, into miniature architectural surfaces through pasting. using pasted paper, EVOL transforms electric boxes, small planters and other geometric city forms, into miniature apartment buildings and other structures. each piece of paper is printed with a repetitive pattern of flat gray walls dotted with plain window frames. once applied to a surface, the paper transforms the form into small building that EVOL often adorns with small characters.
Trompe-l'œil ( French for "deceive the eye", pronounced [tʁɔ̃p lœj] ), which can also be spelled without the hyphen in English as trompe l'oeil , [ 1 ] is an art technique involving realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects exist in three dimensions.
“Trick of the Eye” by John Pugh At first glance, it looks as if some natural disaster has shaken away the walls of these buildings to reveal architecture hidden for thousands of years. And at second and third glance, it looks like that too.
The Picture Framer by Bill Mundy repeats itself endlessly
Trick of the Eye: Delightfully Deceptive Works of Art Article by Delana , filed under Street Art & Graffiti in the Art category.