12 Dec 2022

2D Drawing Illusion is actually 3D

A black and white drawing, turns out to be a painting.

Estonian Artist Anastasia Parmson, now lives in Australia.

What looks at first like a 2D drawing, is a 3D space with furniture. It is all painted in black and white to give the illusion that one of its three dimensions has be subtracted.

It's only when you see people interacting in the space, that your brain catches on. The moment you remove the people, your brain can't help but insisting that what you are looking at is a flat surface. Arguing with it seems to make no difference. It's not budging!

Fascinating installations that can be purchased as a whole or in individual pieces.

A post that messes with your head on a Monday. i apologise for that. I usually reserve this spot for a more subtle entry to the new week. That said, it now feels perfect in this position.

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
Living room and dining room.
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A coffee in a 2D room.
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Admiring the interior decoration.
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Sitting area and TV.
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Photos in the 2D room.
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Dining and breakfast table.
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TV and sideboard.
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Dressing table and mirror.
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Drawer and key.
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Study and bedroom.
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Items for sale.
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