This Piece by 'Drzach&Suchy' is a Transformative Experience

By: John Ibbitson - Published: Dec 28, 2011 • References: drzachsuchy.ch & fastcodesign
This 3D Portrait of Albert Einstein created by Switzerland-based artists 'Drzach&Suchy' uses an optical illusion to transform into a picture of Marilyn Monroe when changes are made in surrounding light. The artists behind the piece, entitled Conversation, used a special technology to create a piece that seemingly changes as light shifts in direction when being cast on its surface.

Conversation is actually only one of three different works that the artists created for an installation at the Swiss Science Center Technorama that combines art with the science of light to create a visually stunning and exciting exhibit that will marvel children and adults alike. So if you happen to be in the area, check out this awe-inspiring display by Drzach&Suchy, and prepare to be amazed. Stats for Face-Shifting Celebrity Portraits Trending: Older & Mild
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