Anamorphic Drawings are hand drawn distorted artworks, which require the viewer to use a reflective surface from the correct angle in order to see a hidden image.
István Orosz, a Hungarian painter and animator known for his mathematically inspired works, impossible objects, optical illusions and anamorphoses, is the master of the technique. He hand draws his images, with every straight line of the reflected picture requiring a complex curve.
The technique was often used by Renaissance-era artists. Orosz tries to renew the technique of anamorphosis, and alter it to give a meaningful image that is an artwork in its own right and independent from the result that appears in the mirror.