Thursday, April 24, 2014

Illusion - Confusion


Recently, I received a book "Illusion - Confusion" by Paul Baars, in which he collected examples of almost all known kinds of illusions. There's a lagre section about impossible figures in the book. Among other images, there's one my impossible figure published there.


The distinctive feature of the book is using double page spread for representing large images. For example, Escher's Metamorphoses II fit into two fragments, when in meny other book it was divided into much more parts.

The book will be a good supplement for collectioners and astonishing gift for everyone.



1 comment:

A Translucent Amoebae said...

If you like math art, you might try examining Arithmancy on Flickr.
https://www.flickr.com/groups/arithmancy/
There is lots more in my account ( Chrstphre ) but you may have to look for it !
https://www.flickr.com/photos/chrstphre/sets
Scroll down past the family stuff !
Sproogles !