Watch out acrophobes, this piece of anamorphic street art might give you vertigo. Erik Johansson, a Swedish photographer based in Berlin, Germany created the dizzying illusion of standing on the edge of a skyscraper’s roof for visitors actually standing quite safely on the pavement in front of the Skrapan shopping mall in Stockholm, Sweden.
“He sees photography as a way of collecting material to realize the ideas of the mind. Last fall, Johansson was commissioned by the Stockholm shopping mall Skrapan to create a perspective illusion for their 5th anniversary. Being one of the tallest buildings in the city, they wanted to incorporate the view from the top of the building into the optical illusion.”
Done by Jaya Suartika, South Australia. Follow on Instagram: @jayarassic
The work of London based artist Paul X. Johnson is simply amazing. Inspired by classic 40′s movies and vintage illustrations, his precise lines and muted colors capture beatifully the natural expression of emotions. Great thanks to artforadults for introducing us Paul X. Johnson’s magnificent illustrations, and please visit artist’s website or follow his Tumblr for more work!
is nobody going to talk about this painting
i mean those men are just casually rIDING THEIR BEARDS NBD
never mind them, i’m more concerned about the guy kidnapping a woman with his beard
love <3 #veglife #vegetarian #salad #foodporn
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