Anamorphic Illusions – Visual reinterpretation of Space by Felice Varini

Any spatial composition may offer a completely different point of view and angles. It was to demonstrate the illusory nature of the relativity of the world around us, a Swiss artist and designer Felch Varin (Felice Varini) carries out its fantastic series of large-scale projects Anamorphic Illusions.

   The simple magic of perspective drawings and elements of the game opens up exciting possibilities of imagination, feelings and create depth and volume of space.

     Galleries, staircases, passages, halls, halls or residential interiors – all of these spaces can be decorated with colorful geometric shapes and lines that change the atmosphere and the attitude of most non-trivial way.

   With the creation of geometric shapes that do not exist in reality, the artist sought to create these amazing works in the formation of which took as much as 30 months!

   Working with 3D-objects since 1979, Felch Varin (Felice Varini) has extensive experience in this area, which is clearly visible at all represented in this collection installations.

   Look at these pictures and enjoy the different points of view, which allow you to see objects in the traditional qualities of an entirely new form, color, space and sense of themselves in it.


More with the work of the authors of the project can be found by visiting the official website of the creator:

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