Optical Illusions In Trick Eye Museum
The paintings you can crawl inside: Trick Eye museum uses optical illusions
to let visitors become part of a masterpiece
Illusions are by Tromp l'oeil artists which translates into 'deceive the eye'
Visitors are able to 'step inside' the paintings to take amusing photographs
The paintings are part of an exhibition taking place in Seoul, South Korea
At first glance, these surreal photographs look like they could have been shot
on a film set.
But they are, in fact, two dimensional painting that trick the viewer into
thinking they exist in three-dimensions.
The paintings are the work of Tromp l'oeil artists, which translates from French
into 'deceive the eye'.