3D Art Will Make You Do A Double Take
These images from New Zealand artist Jamie Harkins might make you think twice about what it means to hit the beach this summer. Instead of making your regular sandcastle, it might be time to move into 3D.
Harkins looks at the beach as his temporary canvas in a technique called “anamorphosis,” which is when a distorted image, seen from a specific vantage pointm, begins to look three-dimensional.
Take a look at Harkins’ work that he posted on his own Facebook page.