Some artwork only comes together if you see it from a particular vantage point. One variety of this is called slant art–manifested above as a sidewalk chalk drawing by Julian Beever. Robert Krulwich of NPR talks about how artworks like this trick your brain into thinking they’re three-dimensional. Of course, the fun is letting yourself be tricked.
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