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How ceramic vessels are used to create an optical illusion between the places!

 

Looking between the lines is precisely what you would have to do in a bid to look at the art of Greg Payce. The sculptural arrangement created back in 2008 named Alumina by Greg, who is based in Canada, is truly unique and starts with the arrangement of seven elegant vases in a concrete platform to bring his work to shape.

There is an optical illusion that is produced and a 3D representation of the Rubin’s vase is created by Greg, where the edges of two forms reveal the figure. When you have a look at the arrangement and the spacing closely, you will be able to appreciate the brilliance of Greg. Scroll down and have a look at some of the best works of Greg Payce.

Alumina is just one piece in Payce’s impressive portfolio—much of his work animates negative space in the same way:

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion

ceramic vessels optical illusion