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Ilusão de Òtica

illusion which is installed in front of the steps of Paris’s city hall. French artist François Abélanet created this incredible grass globe with the help of about ninety workers and called it ‘Qui croire?’ (‘who to believe?

Awesome Veterans’ Day memorial…how is this even possible on the same day at the same time?

Awesome Veterans’ Day memorial…

Funny pictures about Awesome Veterans' Day memorial. Oh, and cool pics about Awesome Veterans' Day memorial. Also, Awesome Veterans' Day memorial.

This person dipping their fingers in liquid sodium acetate trihydrate: | 27 Trippy GIFs That Will Make You Go, "Whoa... That's Crazy"

27 Trippy GIFs That Will Make You Go, "Whoa... That's Crazy"

This person dipping their fingers in liquid sodium acetate trihydrate: 27 Trippy GIFs That Will Make You Go, "Whoa. That's Crazy"

35 Insane Optical Illusions That Will Make You Question Your Sanity

35 Insane Optical Illusions That Will Make You Question Your Sanity

interactive optical illusion at Paris town hall by French artist François Abelanet

Codice Incompleto: STREET ART. WHERE IS THE ART?

street art during the nightrace event Singapore SingaporeGP commissioned me to work on two streetpaintings prior to and during the event. street art - more streetart? Check www.

Crayon logs -- Cute idea!!  maybe do a smaller version for a front yard decoration.

Color Pencils Artist: Jonna Pohjalainen, Helsinki Location: Pedvale, Latvia Local aspen trees sharpened and ends painted to resemble colored pencils. Now that's one HUGE colored pencil!

Shark Attack Sidewalk Illusion - this looks so realistic

Interesting Street Art Paintings RIP OTR Robocop street art Amazing Street Art of Edgar Mueller Pics) ART

Sehtest

Vision Test: Normal vision people will see Albert Einstein in the picture. Near-sighted people will see Marilyn Monroe. Note: If you see Einstein then step back a ways to see Marilyn appear.

Oversized photo of Washington Color School painter Gene Davis

Gene Davis Putting Finishing "Franklin's Footpath," Painted in Front of Philadelphia Museum of

Street Painting – Franklin’s Footpath / Photographer: Henry Groskinsky, 1972 Artist Gene Davis putting finishing touches on his painting. “Franklin’s Footpath,” painted on the street in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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