Anamorposis is an illusion where a specific vantage point is needed for the image to come together. French artist Bernard Pras has made an art of assemblage. This, his latest piece, is a portrait of Malian actor Sotigui Kouyaté.
You can see it is composed of clothes, paint, wood, rubber, and other objects scraped together.
It's only when seen through his camera that the portrait comes together.
Anamorphic Paintings French street artists Ella and Pitr that assemble into nearly 3D images when viewed from the right vantage.
We've seen the stunning anamorphic work of French painter, photographer and sculptor Bernard Pras before (A Room of Stuff Arranged to Create this Anamorphic Portrait). Here he has recreated a portrait of French postman Ferdinand Cheval from a carefully arranged pile of furniture.
Ferdinand Cheval, the man in the portrait, is most famous for spending 33 years of his life building Le Palais Idéal
French artist and photographer Fanette Guilloud transforms the walls and floors of abandoned buildings with anamorphic paintings, which can only be seen in their correct image when viewed from a specific vantage point.