These installations (or more precisely drawings on the floor and ceiling) take advantage of our use of textures to perceive a third dimension/depth out of monocular cues. I'm curious how effective they are from different viewpoints. Perhaps there are some accidental views that make the texture…
Or forced perspective.
I suspect this is more sensitive to viewpoint than the previous post.
Just because animals doing human things are funny I give you an elephant throwing darts:
This (I guess?) accidental view of a San Francisco house really shows how steep the hills are. -Via BoingBoing-
"HÃ¥kan DahlstrÃ¶m got this delightful shot of one of San Francisco's steeper hills, turning his camera so that the road (and not the houses) were at level to convey the extent of the…