I don’t see anything. Do you see anything?

June 30th, 2009, 4:25 pm by Sara

In response to our River Street Arts Festival post, Nippertown regular AndyG commented about Julian Beaver’s famous 3D anomorphic pavement works, specially distorted drawings that create an impression of 3 dimensions when seen from one particular viewpoint.

This photograph of urban camouflage works in reverse – seen from the right viewpoint, the object tends to disappear.


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I was going to do an urban camouflage link roundup, but Web Urbanist has already beaten me to it, and I don’t think I could top their amazing collection. Have a look: Web Urbanist: The Uninvisible Art of Amazing Urban Camouflage

2 thoughts on “I don’t see anything. Do you see anything?”

  1. AndyG says:

    COOL LINK! Wallpaper, utility boxes, wow! The “Beater Car Cover” made me giggle. A reverse of that would be the “Luxury Car cover”, using a Plymouth Satellite. Or something.

  2. Greg says:

    Yeah, that would come in handy if you had an expensive ride that you had to park somewhere dicey.

    Now if only I had an expensive car…

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