Patrick Hughes has been astonishing art lovers worldwide for decades with his unique illusionary style. If you’re into optical illusions, this painting by Patrick Hughes is a doozy. Most of two-dimensional painting in central perspective are designed to be viewed pretty much head on.
Anamorphic art can make a two-dimensional surface appear to be three-dimensional and like a hologram, appear so true to life that one could read out to touch it, however it requires the viewer to be in a particular position in relation to the painting. This cool 3D painting is called “Paradoxymoron“, and currently hangs in the basement of the British Library, in London. For those interested in having a look at other pieces by Mr. Hugues, be sure to visit his . Would you hang something like this on your wall ?