Impossible Objects: Amazing Optical Illusions to Confound & Astound

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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They're impossible - yet they exist! The images in these drawings could never take shape in real life, but on the page they fool perception, entice the eye, and confuse the brain. How do these optical illusions work, who discovered the phenomenon, and how many different types are there? Take a tour through an amazing gallery of drawings showcasing the most confounding, astounding visual trickery around, accompanied by a fascinating history and description of their construction.

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Contents

Introduction
5
The Endless Staircase
36
The Space Fork
48
Copyright

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Rocklin, CA

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