There’s an art which is called Trick Art or Trick Eye in Korea and it’s usually about paintings with skills of deceiving your eyes. It’s not very easy to describe it until you see them with your own eyes so you might want to see the examples below right at once.
This kind of art actually contains AR(Augmented Reality) effect or 3D illusions. There are several galleries or museums in South Korea for this art and one of them is located in Seoul which has been awarded with the 1st place among Seoul Tourist Attraction by an American Travel website in 2014.
I like it already, haha. Spooky!
You can imagine what picture you would take from this. You’re going to be an angel!
This can be such a good decoration for facilities. I like it.
It looks like he’s communicating with the turtle through the glass.
This one looks so real. Is it really a painting on the street? It’s like they’re floating in the air.
How much could this be different when you see it with your own eyes? I know it’s an illusion but it still looks like a real earthquake. Try not to fall down.
Visiting one of these places will give you very impressive and unique experience. This can be quite a good date if you have someone to bring. Simply saying, this technique turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. According to them, paintings on museum walls, floors and ceilings come alive. Sounds like it’s really fun there. You want to try?
Here’s some more information about one of these museums in Seoul.
Address : #B2 Seogyo Plaza 20 Hongikro-3gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Located : Near exit 9 of Hongik University Station, line 2
Operating Hours : 09:00 ~ 21:00
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