optical illusions

Erika Lizée's exotic, illusionistic paintings extend into quasi-sculptural installations that nimbly occupy literal and liminal space at the same moment.
In addition to the exhibition, a concurrent public installation of his acclaimed 2005 work BUS STOP outdoors at West Hollywood
There were the good days, the great days of being dad, when nothing else in the world mattered at all -- not the future, not my career, not my underlying dysphoria. There were days when there was the feeling of being trapped, and I wondered whether happiness for me was an illusion that would never see the light of day.
"When you look at something that, for example, is yellow for a long period of time, you stimulate the cells that are positively
Mathematically inspired, optical illusion-creating Dutch artist M.C. Escher would have celebrated a birthday on Wednesday
When driving on Parisian highways, beware of vehicles stopped on the shoulder, unexpected weather delays and, of course, massive
If you questioned your vision during the infamous dress fiasco, this video may bring some of those feelings back. ASAP Science
Mystery solved. "It's a phenomenon known as color constancy," Mitchell Moffitt, co-creator of the YouTube series ASAPScience
"Wait, what the ... ?" You're glancing around, mid-thought, when suddenly you see something that your brain doesn't quite
Try it out for yourself, below, but be forewarned: The optical illusion may make you feel a bit dizzy. Thanks to The Illusion
French juggler and illusionist Lindzee Poi has released this video titled "Amelymeloptical illusion" involving just four
Where one building could be an ugly apartment block -- telephone wires and stuck-on balconies included -- we now get to assess the structure free of its intended purpose.
Light in the night In this illusion, the white square on a black background appears larger than the same-size black square
It turns out that 42 percent of shared Facebook timeline content is travel. It also turns out that people listen to their FB "friends" more than advertisers. So why are destinations putting so much effort into curating content instead of letting their visitors do the heavy lifting?
See a preview of the series below and let us know your thoughts in the comments. Hatton gathered her unorthodox materials
It is simply a paper cutout from complex angles that are joined together to create this wonderful sensory stimulation. Enjoy.
White Planks Contemporary Wallpaper Weathered Wood From Wallpaper Collective Cement Wall Eclectic Wallpaper by New York Furniture
And now for another amazing seaside art feat... sand castles! Designed by New Zealand artist David McCracken, this magnificent