Jonty Hurwitz's Amazing Engineered Optical Illusions

Jonty Hurwitz's three-dimensional objects look like amorphous blobs or a random assortment of objects. But when viewed from certain angles and often in mirrors, their intended impressions suddenly become clear. Hurwitz begins the creative process by scanning a three-dimensional object, then uses computational software to work out alternate physical forms. You can view many more examples at the link.

Link | Artist's Website

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Salvador Dali did a very similar thing with the same silver-coloured cylinder. He had a stretched out drawing around the cylinder which viewed from the correct angle, reflected the non stretched out picture.
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