y eyes are telling me that this is 3D art. My brain is telling me that these are 3D drawings. My entire being believes that this is crafted in 3D. But nope. These drawings are actually 2D with clever shading and angles to make us believe they're in 3D. I still can't believe it.
Italian artist Alessandro Diddi, the man behind the anamorphic drawings, said that he wanted his "drawings to put across the message that the eye can trick the mind and make you believe that there are dimensions that are not really there." He succeeded. See his magnificent work here. [Alessandro Diddi via Daily Mail via My Modern Met]