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Felice Varini – Anamorphic Illusions

by Andy on November 15, 2009

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Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who is known for his geometric Anamorphic Illusions. Anamorphic Illusions are  images which only make sense from one view and can only be truely appreciated from a certain vantage point. What look like random fragmented shapes of colour form an interesting piece of art when viewed from the set point. Felice ‘s works are usually found on architectual and urban spaces and can give a modern twist to any scene. His works are formed using a projector-stencil technique.

Here is the best of Felice Varini’s work:

Huit carrés by Felice Varini

Huit carrés by Felice Varini

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Felice Varini, Paroi Orange Eclateì (Installation view)

Felice Varini (2008)

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Vistit Felice Varini’s site here.

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  • Emily

    That’s some effing amazing artwork. Not that a concentric circle is my cup of tea, but the fact that so much thought must be put into something of this scale beforehand to have it seen as a whole from one angle, or differently from different angles is amazing. Even people who don’t like it have to admire the thought it takes, no? (I haven’t read the article yet – sorry Andy!)

  • Emily

    That’s some effing amazing artwork. Not that a concentric circle is my cup of tea, but the fact that so much thought must be put into something of this scale beforehand to have it seen as a whole from one angle, or differently from different angles is amazing. Even people who don’t like it have to admire the thought it takes, no? (I haven’t read the article yet – sorry Andy!)

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