The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

The Impossible Geometry of Fanette Guilloud optical illusion geometric anamorphism

This series of photos titled Géométrie de l’impossible (Impossible Geometry) from 21-year-old photographer Fanette Guilloud was created earlier this year in locations around Toulouse, Bordeaux and in the French Alps near Lyon. Guilloud employed a method of anamorphic projection similar to the work of Felice Varini to create the illusion of a painting superimposed on an image, when in fact there is no digital trickery whatsoever. The image is actually painted on numerous surfaces at varying depths and only appears like what you see here from a particular vantage point. (via Metafilter)