Optical Illusion Sculptures Only Take Shape When Viewed In A Mirror [Pics]

Optical Illusion Sculptures Only Take Shape When Viewed In A Mirror [Pics]

Artist Jonty Hurwitz creates pieces that only look familiar when placed in front of a cylindrical mirror.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 january 2013

London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz creates sculptures that challenge our perception of reality. At first, they just look like pieces of metal, twisted around a cylindrical mirror.

But if you look in the mirror itself, you’ll see that the objects’ reflections appear more familiar. These intricate designs transform to reveal things like a hand, a head, or a frog.

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