Deceiving you with fragments of an alley

It's not about fooling you completely


It's obvious that this isn't real


You just have to look more closely

This distorted, fragmented view of an alley that doesn't exist is an artwork called "Deconstructing Ways". It was installed by Isidro Blasco on the end of a building for an art festival in Sydney, Australia. If you saw this out of the corner of your eye or were not consciously viewing it when you were walking by, you might be fooled into thinking it's "real." It's an optical illusion that's not a perfect illusion, which makes it more interesting when you finally notice it. Click on a photo to make it bigger.

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