On 1 January 2013, I went to Trick Art at Grand Indonesia Jakarta with my sister and my cousins. Trick art is a form of art interpretation using the precise visual manipulation or commonly known as optical illusion. The perfect integration of colors, perspective techniques and lighting created an outstanding collection of 3D effects that emerges from flat surface paintings. The pioneer of trick art is a Renaissance artist, Kenju Kazumune, a man from Yamagata, Japan. As far as I know, the trick art museum is located on Korea, Japan, and U.S. Make sure you visit this kind of museum if you go either to Korea, Japan, or U.S. The exhibition on Indonesia just be held until early February. It's so fun to pose in every artwork. Unfortunately we didn't bring any camera, because we didn't know about this Trick Art before. But these are some photos that we took used phone camera.
What picture do you see?
You can see a woman and the mirror but you can also see a soul
Climb the Tokyo Tower!
Almost eaten by shark!
This is not the real chair, people