NYC-based photographer Bela Borsodi created this deceptive single shot photo just to mess with your head.
At first glance, it appears to be a composite of four different photos arranged to look like a single image — but it’s not. The illusion is created by the way the objects in the composition are arranged.
Here’s a time-lapse video of the process of arranging the objects.
Winner, Professional Current Affairs: Personality and society. Reality vs illusions. North Korean Army soldiers and civilians on the stand of the Kim Il Sung Stadium. (© Ilya Pitalev/2013 Sony World Photography Awards)
This was originally a photo of my kitchen window in my old apartment on a very hot summer day. The light coming through the blinds and curtains was making a cool pattern and I wanted to capture it.
I flipped it 90° right back then just because. And now, five years later, I used Glaze to turn it into a painting.
(Source: Flickr / westwhim)