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3D sketch art from Darren Frisna

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Darren Frisna is an amazing 3D sketch artist from Austalia, who is able to capture the 3D space unlike anything I’ve seen before. My personal favorite is the “The pachyderm and the peanuts” below, which really looks like a children’s pop-up book. However all of them are inspirational and fantastic in their own way. Be sure to check out the rest of his work below and let me know which one is your favorite!

amazing 3d sketch art that seems to pop from the notebook
3D Sketch Art “The pachyderm and the peanuts”

Be sure to check out the rest of his wonderful work by clicking the READ MORE button.

Creepy body-art

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At BizarBin we really love realistic body-art, but Japanese student and artist Chooo-san has taken this artform to a creepy new level. She discovered her talent and fondness for drawing ridiculously lifelike body parts and mutilations on her hands and arms. With her mad skills she creates some bizarre and creepy body art as you can see below! It sure is disturbing but also very cool. I hope you liked it and for more creepy art from this unique artist be sure to check out her work here!

Bizarre body-art by Chooo-san

Three decades of Justin Ladda…

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3D chalk art featuring Marvel comic's The Thing

Justin Lada is a protean artist whose wide-ranging art has made an impressive mark on New York’s cultural landscape over the last three decades. Therefore I figured it was time for a little tribute to one of my favorite artists of all time! Justin Ladda’s big breakthrough was back in the 1980’s when he participated in the legendary Time Square Show, organized by the artist group Colab.  Light and illusion are major elements in the art of Justen Ladda and the 3D illusion he can create is in my opinion still unmatched to this day. Below you will find some of my favorites from this amazing artist.

3D chalk art featuring Marvel comic's The Thing
Marvel Comics, The Thing mural – click “read more” to see the rest

Playing with the Moon – forced perspective

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This photo is a great showcase of forced perspective. It is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates visual perception through the use of scaled objects and the correlation between them and the vantage point of the spectator or camera. The Moon has been a popular topic for a lot of these forced perspective” pictures and the example below is one of my favorites. I hope you enjoyed it as well and if you think you can do better, then please submit your own pictures by hitting the “submit your illusion” button on the top of this site.

Playing with the Moon – Wonderful “forced perspective” photography

Face of Paris Optical Illusion

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I think everybody likes a good scare from time to time and who isn’t fascinated by ghost’s and other creepy visual phenomena? Therefore I will be updating this website with a new category called “scary illusions”. Just a warning though! If your one of those persons who hears sounds bumping in the night and sleeps with a light on, then this category probably should be skipped. Also children, please ask your parents to preview this category before they allow you to look at it…You have been warned 😉

This scary illusion is from a rare and mysterious photo taken back in 1920’s. A time when Photoshop was not common practice and I can assure you that it is not edited in any way or form. It is called the Face of Paris Optical Illusion. Can you see where it got its name from? Weird thing about this scary illusion is that some will see it instantly, while others really can’t figure it out. For me the first face was very obvious, but it took me some time to see the second face. Can you spot both? If you do then feel free to leave a hint in the comment section without spoiling it too much. I hope you liked it and don’t forget to share among your Facebook friends if you did. Also if you have any scary optical illusions you would like to share then just hit that “submit your illusion” button on top of the site. The best ones will get an honourable mention on the website and a cheesehelmet, which you can pop on your head and eat all day… ok I made that last part up 😛

The mysterious Face of Paris illusion.
Some say there are two faces hidden in the Face of Paris illusion. Can you find them both?

Super Mario- 3D Street Art

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This wonderful piece of 3D chalk art was created by Chris Carlson. It features gaming icon Super Mario – leaping from a Nintendo controller. It took the Denver based artist over 11 hours to complete this masterpiece and below you can find a time-lapse video on how it was created. For more of Chris Carlson’s amazing work – be sure to check out his Tumblr page here.

picture of 3d Street Art featuring Super Mario
Super Mario – Street Art

Funny illusions…the perfect Kodak moment

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Perfectly timed photo creates a funny illusion

Everybody and their grandmother loves funny illusions. With that in mind I decided to scour the internet for some of the funniest – perfectly timed illusions I could lay my hands on.

A couple of years ago it took amazing skill and patience of the photographer to capture these sort funny illusions. However as cameras continue to improve, the chances of capturing something at just the right moment has gotten a lot easier.In a lot of those situations a funny illusion can appear – even when the photographer wasn’t trying. This can leave us with some hysterical and sometimes unbelievable illusions. Here you will find some of my personal favorites. I hope you liked them and let me know which one made you giggle the most by dropping a comment below. Did you manage to capture some funny illusions yourself? Then be sure to use the submit button and send it along to be added to the gallery. The most funny illusion will be featured on this website with honourable mention of the uploader.

On a little sidenote. While the sun is shining and a lot of people are enjoying their holiday, things have been quite busy here at BizarBin. As you might have noticed the website has gone to some drastic changes as of late. We have a new lay-out and the galleries now also contain higher resolution pictures for your enjoyment. I hope you all appreciate it and be sure to let me know if you find any kind of bugs or if you have suggestions on what you would like to see added.

Perfectly timed photo creates a funny illusion
Jesus dog – funny illusion

3D chalk art in Bratislava, Slovakia

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On the 15th of June the second Bratislava Street Art Festival took place. The major theme this year was Street Art with various performances, music, dances, graffiti and many other forms of art. The vision of organizers Batelier, Euforion oz is to create space for cultural life and to make Bratislava a more colorful and great place to be. In my opinion they did an awesome job and below you can watch a video of the event and taste the wonderful atmosphere. My personal highlight is this amazing 3D chalk art painting from French artist Pierrick. He spent two days working on this cool mural featuring his signature characters putting up propaganda posters around Bratislava.

amazing street art mural painting

Invisibility suit used in the military

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You have probably seen the invincible car experiment from Mercedes I posted earlier. Now just wrap your brain around the idea of people actually wearing similar technology?

Now just in case your all going to bombard me with e-mails on where to buy this… you can’t. Unless off course you are insanely rich and then you probably have one already. In fact you could be standing right next to me as I am typing this! *shudders*. Anyway… while expensive tech like this is not for the common folks like you and me, there have been sightings of military troops using this sci-fi like technology already.

Just look at this video and see for yourself!

Amazing 3D show from the Bubble theater in Macau

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This amazing displays of 3D technology combines advanced IMAX videotechnology with amazing watershoweffects inside the dome itself.  This is the full 10 minute show so sit back and enjoy 🙂

Mercedes builds a invisible car

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n a promotion for its first production fuel-cell vehicle in Germany, Mercedes-Benz turned a B-Class hatchback invisible — at least, from a distance, using the same idea behind the invisible car in the James Bond film “Die Another Day.”

The invisibility cloak had its tryout on the streets of Stuttgart, Germany. To make Q’s idea of an invisible car real, Mercedes employed dozens of technicians and some $263,000 worth of flexible LED mats covering one side of the car. Using a camera mounted on the opposite side of the vehicle, the LEDs were programmed to reproduce the image from the camera at the right scale, blending the vehicle into the background from a few feet away. Doing so required power sources, computers and other gear totaling 1,100 lbs. of equipment inside the B-Class.

Mercedes’ point was to show how the F-Cell hydrogen fuel cell powered car would be invisible to the environment, producing only water vapor and heat for emissions.