These Escher-Inspired illustrations are created by Chile-based artist Oscar Ramos and each feature a morphing spectrum that ranges from inanimate objects to deceased animals.
M.C. Escher is a 20th century artist who created a series of drawings that bent the lines of perception and consistently broke the rules of traditional science. As such, the artist inspired an entire generation of creators who continue to update and tweak the style in unexpected ways.
Ramos' work is a wonderful, evolutionary set of sketches that are vibrant in color and blend items that wouldn't usually be related in any way. Take for instance the fish and shoe creation: the one morphs gracefully into the other and back again. It toys with the concept of perception and creates an open source forum where anything can become something else.
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