Felice Varini - New Geometric Perspective Mural - Paris, France - Grand Palais (French) - YouTube

Swiss artist Felice Varini is back with another one of his illusionary large scale geometric murals, this time at the Grand Palais in Paris.

Felice Varini - New Geometric Perspective Mural - Paris, France - Grand Palais (French)

Felice Varini - New Geometric Perspective Mural - Paris, France - Grand Palais (French)

Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

Trees, wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon… hence the title of this beautiful work by Zander Olsen, Tree Line. We used to limewash apple trees.now its art.

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Takashi Kunitani, 国谷隆志 "Deep Projection" installation Prefectural Museum of Art.

'Dynamo' by Felice Varini

The Art of Optical Illusion

Felice Varini - Exhibition Dynamo - New Geometric Perspective Mural - Grand Palais - Paris - 2013

Estampas de inspiração tribal encontram o pop na arte vibrante de Camille Walala - Follow the Colours

Estampas de inspiração tribal encontram o pop na arte vibrante de Camille Walala

Estampas de inspiração tribal encontram o pop na arte vibrante de Camille Walala - Follow the Colours

Modernist Monday: Vorticism | Regina Urban Ecology

Modernist Monday: Vorticism

Vortograph by Alvin Langdon Coburn Museum of Modern Art. This photograph is among the first abstract photographs ever made.

L’artiste suisse Felice Varini, que nous avons déjà présenté dans cet article, est connu pour ses anamorphoses à grande échelle de formes géométriques sur des pièces et des espaces extérieurs. Son dernier travail a été réalisé au Grand Palais à Paris, le mois dernier, pour l’exposition Dynamo.

Anamorphose par Felice Varini à l'exposition Dynamo du Grand Palais

The orange-red marks covering one arcade of Paris’ Grand Palais this summer may look like the random act of vandals, but these curious paint slashes actually make up the latest geometric perspective work by Swiss artist Felice Varini.

set designers Lightning + Kinglyface, aka Anna Fulmine and Victoria Shahrokh

‘Penelopiad’ by Lightning & Kinglyface aka Anna Fulmine and Victoria Shahrokh, uses a white, stretched canvas as a metaphor for human skin. Named after a novella by Margaret Atwood,

<b>These interactive art installations bring a little glimpse of the surreal to real life.</b>

Falling Garden by Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger

an overwhelmingly beautiful installation, no photo i've seen has done it justice. Falling Garden San Staë church on the Canale Grande Biennial of Venice, 2003 Installation by: Gerda Steiner & Jorg Lenzlinger

Les anamorphoses de Felice Varini anamorphose felice varini 05

Les anamorphoses de Felice Varini

NATASHA ROSLING textile installation

NATASHA ROSLING textile installation

Felice Varini an der HSG St. Gallen

Felice Varini an der HSG St. Gallen

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