Josh Raymond Creates a Perplexing Perspective Drawing Series

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Apr 25, 2013 • References: joshraymondillustration & faithistorment
Playing with angles and illusions in his perspective drawing series, artist Josh Raymond really gives viewers something to analyze as they try to make sense of his topsy-turvy world.

The insanely impressive illusions are taken from impossible perspectives that could never exist in reality, tricking the eye and making viewers think twice about each drawing. Using basic black ink, Raymond draws everything by hand, planning out each of his incredibly complex sceneries ahead of time. Some feature an extreme fish-eye lens perspective, some seem to be a continuous reflection and some are such a confusing jumble of perspectives that it is difficult to tell where our point of view is coming from.

Prepare to be astounded by the impossibly intricate perspective drawing series by Josh Raymond. Stats for Optical Illusion Cityscapes Trending: Older & Mild
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