Paradoxymoron Wall Art

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Something fun for Wednesday! This fascinating piece is the work of British artist Patrick Hughes, and hangs in the lower reaches of the British Library, in London. It's a regular wall painting, but a trick in perspective makes it appear 3D as you move around it.

Click the image above or this link to view a Flicker video clip of the 3D perspective trick in action; it's pretty wicked! (Warning: the camera work is pretty shaky!)

You can read more about the artist on his website. For a fresh perspective for your home, browse our wall art product sort.

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  • that was cool! very fun. thanks

  • That painting is superb! It's like a real one and if your house have this kind of painting, your house would be the coolest! The artwork is so amazing and the artist really did a great job!

  • Thanks John. Seems a very unique sense, Our creativity to change our place or make things different is one way of decorating and adds life to our walls.Metal wall art gives some accent view to your wall.

  • We've been asked if we carry wall art like this, and the answer is that we don't. Sorry! However, we have added dozens of new wall decor, wall art designs over the past couple of weeks; you can find them here on our site:

  • Fascinating! I would like to have one too! Optical illusion paintings really brings me into curiosity.

  • Nice wall art ! It's look like a real one! I hope you may post more photos of wall art here in your blog.

Paradoxymoron Wall Art