Short background, the name, Trick Eye, comes from the shortened form of the term ‘Trick of the Eye’. Using art technique to turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images. The technique applied in visual art that tricks the eye through the creation of optical illusion is commonly known as ‘Trompe-l’oeil’.
Now, I’m trying the Singapore one. Take a look at my (mini) crazy adventure.
Ice cream you scream…
Based on painting by the expressionist artist Edvard Munch between 1893 -1910 titled The Scream.
I can hear the birds chirping..
How I wish I wore better clothes. They looked haute couture. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (1884) is one of Georges Seurat’s most famous works, and is an example of pointillism – a technique of painting which small, distinct dots of colour are applied in patterns to form an image.
Who says I cant do headstand..Mission accomplished!
Pssstt…just rotate it (90degrees counter clockwise). That’s where the magic starts!
Thanks Manny for rescuing me 🙂
This is why you got to make friends with all kinds of creature. Manny here just take a break from filming the Ice Age movie. Hahah.
Anyone seen my bro’s head?
Gosh..This jar is super hot. Yoo bro, get me outta here.
Guess who’s taller ?
The Ames Room.
Control the mind
Does the inspiration comes from The Pink Dancers by Edgar Degas?
Oh my.. there’s a photographer, I need to smile. hahahaha.
Bonus: The Truth.
There are instructions and photo point on how to take photos as to match the result. Well, you can ignore it but for best result I recommend you try for the first time and then let your creativity flows.
Adress: Trick Eye Museum Singapore
26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43-44, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098138
Phone: (+65) 67952370
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 21.00