Your eyes may be dumb, but that won't stop you from enjoying these real-life optical illusions.
Usually when you read hybrid illustrations your mind will most likely just venture to photoshop. Yup, photoshop battles of combining animals with something else to create a hybrid. Luckily, that is not the case this time. This time, amazing illustrator Sam Larson has created the stunning combination of breathtaking landscapes to create wild animals. Sam is freelance designer and illustrator from Portland, and the owner of Steel Bison store. Here is just a glimpse of his amazing work...
Here we have an aerial view of The Green Cathedral, an artistic landscape installation located near the Dutch town of Almere. Originally planted in 1987, this green patch stretching 150 meters in length and 75 meters wide was designed to resemble the shape of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Reims, France.
Redditor ProfessorLaser makes a clever point about the ultimate cliche of African landscape photography:
1) Select a base image
2) Cut and paste in a picture of a giraffe
3) Darken base image by increasing saturation level
4) Darken the giraffe by increasing shadow level.