Witness the magic of everyday objects change from 3D to 2D in a split second

We have seen amazing large-scale, trick-of-the-eye optical illusions painted on walls and floors that makes you think they are 3D. The artist Brusspup has turned this particular visual talent towards small, everyday objects, such as a Rubic’s Cube, a roll of tape and one shoe. The result is certainly no less impressive and if his cat, which also appeared in the video, had been black, I would have sworn it can only be witchcraft at work.

Via io9

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