since August 21, 2011
"Snake and Akiyoshi"
This trompe l'oiel is exhibited in the Uzmasa Trick Art Meikyukan in the Toei Kyoto Studio Park, Kyoto Japan.
photo Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2012 (November 7)
Ames room in the Uzmasa Trick Art Meikyukan in the Toei Kyoto Studio Park, Kyoto Japan.
Reference of the Ames room
|Book||The Ames Demonstrations in Perception, By William H. Ittelson; Together With an Interpretative Manual, by Adelbert Ames, Jr. With a New Introd. by William H. Ittelson|
|Author||William H. Ittelson|
Chapter 13 The distorted room demonstrations (pp.183-196)
13A (pp.184-187) Monocular rooms: Laboraory size
13B (pp.188-189) Monocular room: Full size
13C (pp.190-193) Monocular rooms: The Architect's room
13D (pp.194-196) The binocular distorted rooms
This lake is a fake.
copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2012 (July 18)
"Liechtenstein google-map illusion"
A flat land appears to be corrugated.
produced Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2012 (July 15)
Artists of trompe l'oeil
Regina Silveira <April 8, 2013>
Surrealism and Visionary art: Oleg Shuplyak <December 21, 2011>
Octavio Ocampo El arte de Octavio Ocampo <December 21, 2011>
official Website optical illusions - official Website - Sandro Del-Prete -<December 21, 2011>
Julian Beever <December 21, 2011>
3D JOE AND MAX (Joe Hill and Max Lowry ) <December 21, 2011>
万氏兄弟3d地画艺术VIP <December 21, 2011>
Ben Heine - Art - The Blog <December 21, 2011>
Giuseppe Arcimboldo<December 22, 2011>
歌川国芳 <December 22, 2011>
Salvador Dali <December 22, 2011>
René Magritte <December 22, 2011>
Thanks to Hagura sensei, Jasmina, and all students of the Thema Research Seminar (2010-2011) entitled "Kyoto Trick Designs and Psychology"
"Akiyoshi Kitaoka who is swallowing the fall"
This fall is called "Shomyo-taki" located in Tateyama, Toyama, Japan.
Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2011 (August 21)
Depth orientation of folds appears to be reversed.
Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2011 (August 22)
For "Reverspective", see artworks of Patrick Hugh. In Japan, professor Norman Cook in the Kansai University studies the phenomenon.
<January 3, 2013>
This physically concave object tends to appear to be convex.
Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2011 (July 1)