These animal illusions are so realistic and well done that if you only took a quick glance you would think they were coming right at you. Fiona Tang created the life-sized pieces using a whole host of materials, including charcoal, chalk and acrylic paint.
When you put an illusionary aspect into a piece of art it takes on a completely new meaning. These images could have just been static pieces on a wall, but instead they seem to move and take form on their own, jumping off the wall.
The shark cuts roughly through the sea of bricks as it comes directly at the viewer with ferocity and the horse gallops gallantly, rather than being a boring image of a horse on a wall.
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