Looks can often deceive. In order to fully discover and understand a piece of design, it should be intimately experienced and explored with all of the senses. Join us at North 3rd St.
They did so for fun, but also to give their works moral or symbolic meaning, or even religious, political or sexual connotations. That is why the curators of this exhibition have focused exclusively on double images that have been consciously inserted and claimed by their creators. As the artists are not there to testify, their choice is based on circumstantial historical proof or presumptions.
What do you see in the picture below? Look at the picture, then jump inside this post for an explanation. If you have trouble spoting dolphins in the first 6 seconds, then your mind is heavily corrupted, and you are seriously obsessed with sex!
Below you will find some examples of their work as a foretaste of what lies in wait within their Members Area. We are sure you will find it just as compelling as we do! He said either get that through your ditzy pink head, Candice, or you'll have a ditzy pink bottom to match!
The following are actual photos of smoke, true some post processing was done but everything you see in these images is photographed smoke. I asked him permission to use the "Intimacy" image and he suggested two others. The most amazing of the three is the one below titled "Mom and Baby".
Anamorphosis is a distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to occupy a specific vantage point, use special devices or both to view a recognizable image. Some of the media it is used in are painting, photography, sculpture and installation, toys, and film special effects. An optical anamorphism is the visualization of a mathematical operation called an affine transformation.
Viewers are to experience erotic intimacy and inner stillness. Sculptor and installation artist George Taylor spent her childhood on a farm in rural Gloucestershire, observing the natural cycle of life and death as she tended to her family's livestock. Nature has been the year-old artist's primary muse ever since, with Taylor using materials such as exotic feathers, animal skins to create optical illusions, themed around mortality, ritual and land.
Illusional and hilarious. My favorite is still the one that went viral a few months back of a party scene featuring two women where the arm from the woman in front gives the illusion that her friend immediately behind her is naked. The thumbnail to the right. The full size if in the post further down.