Body Art Optical Illusions



body art optical illusions

Floating Eves BH (bollow face hollow body), HH, HB, BB. Optical illusion.



Really, Really Big Questions About Me and My Body


Really, Really Big Questions About Me and My Body


$5.99


What am I made of? How do I know I’m real?Will I still be the same person at eighty?Following up on the success of Really, Really Big Questions, and Really, Really Big Questions About God, Faith, and Religion here comes an entertaining book that explores the important, weird, and sometimes metaphysical questions that children have about themselves. From the physical-Why do I like chocolate? How does my brain work? -to the philosophical-Is my memory what makes me? Is there life after death? -Really, Really Big Questions About Me and my Body by Stephen Law, illustrated by Marc Aspinall takes on the deeper questions that come with growing self-awareness. Throughout it all, humorous writing, funky art, and fun features like optical illusions, amusing stories, quotes, and mind-teasers keep it light and make this philosophic journey unforgettably interesting.

The Art of the Illusion


The Art of the Illusion


$21.73


Optical illusions intrigue the mind and delight the eye. Viewers try to perceive the visual shifts in a two-dimensional picture, but can’t understand how a single still image can be so animated and rich. While even the simplest illusions please, this stunning volume goes far beyond the usual collection. Compiled by visual graphics expert Brad Honeycutt and puzzle master Terry Stickels-and featuring a foreword by renowned puzzle creator, computer game designer, and artist Scott Kim-this collection showcases over two hundred of the finest images from around the world. From Rafal Olbinski, Rob Gonsalves, and Octavio Ocampo to David Macdonald, Gene Levine, and M.C. Escher, THE ART OF THE ILLUSION covers the visual spectrum, from the most classic optical illusions to complex graphic and painterly designs that transform the impossible into believable. There are famous paintings, dazzling photographs, and amazing computer-enhanced eye treats that will make you look and look again. There’s “Zipper Beach” with gulls zipping over the sands, “Table Top Towers” where a tower of blocks seems to meld into a city skyline, a librarian whose body is literally composed of books, and so many more astounding pieces. This is a must-have for those who already love optical illusions and those just discovering the wonders of the art.

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