"Relativity", 1953 (lithograph) by M.C. Escher This is perhaps Escher's best-known print on the theme of relativity. It also is a fine example of Escher's focus on unusual, and often conflicting, points of view.
Suju, Explorers of the Human Body: In the Blink of an Eye, Part 1
The use of negative space is so cool in this logo. The animals created in the negative space shows off some animals that the zoo might have which is so smart and neat. Even though it is black and white its works since the negative space makes the design.
House of Stairs - 1951 Lithograph - M. Escher Here is an example of amazing use of perspective. I will also be taking inspiration from Escher to be able to create my own little hectic world. Also this way I will be able to tie this into print making.
I love creative art like this! the one with the lambs! The paintings of Oleg Shuplyak. The artist from Ukraine cleverly uses people, objects, and landscapes to give his paintings a double meaning. See the hidden faces in a few of Shuplyak’s paintings.