The photos in this post will have you wondering what’s wrong with your eyes. The physical objects in the photos appear to be bigger or smaller than they really are. The result is a visual illusion. That’s why it’s perspective confusion.
We have already posted some works of urban artist Slinkachu who makes installations of his miniature fellas around London. Now they have made a little trip around Europe.
This is an amazing art project!
Check out more of these works in the previous part:
The High Life - Grottaglie, Italy
A new collection of funny family photos. Many of us do have some awkward photos in family albums but nothing beats these ones with pets.
Check out the first part:
How to Feed a Hundred Dogs at Once
Pokemon Apokelypse – a Fan-Made Short Film for Grown-Ups
Meet Zlata, a Super Elastic Sexy Girl
Lady Gets Instant Hip Healing in Church
A few Inches from Disaster
Lazy Cleaners of the Day
Crazy Line for the First McDonald’s in the Soviet Union
7 Year Old Little Driver Has His Own Car
The Master of Card Throwing
Funny Toilet Scare Prank
Kid Playing with AK-47 Thinks He’s Tough
Horse Diving Stunt
Big Girl Tries to Jump through the Hole
Stupid Biker Driving Dangerously in Bratislava
Unexpected Webcam Chat Ending
Blank Bullet Scare Prank
Hot Girl Pool Launch Fail
See how different countries and people see the map of Europe and know its geography. It’s hilarious!
Where I Live
Editorial for Süddeutsche Zeitung, June 2009
The day of the Super Sport Gold Race has become a dangerous trial to Reno Air Races pilot George Giboney. His Thunder Mustang airplane known as “Rapid Travel” went down short after taking-off. It was actually smashed to pieces on the airfield. But George got out from the wreckage unscathed. He was taken to the hospital, but you can see the photos of his spectacular crash inside this post.
This cat was born without any eyes but in spite it is doing just fine. It lives with its mother and seems to be having a fine time. They say that people who are short one sense are more acute in their others. It must be true for cats too.