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Tag: M.c. Escher

Donkey Kong M.C. Escher Animated Chalk Art

Donkey Kong M.C. Escher Animated Chalk Art
M.C. Escher’s art is pretty mindblowing. It always featured impossible staircases that go up or down forever depending on how your eyes see it. Donkey Kong is pretty amazing too, but for entirely different reasons that…

M.C. Escher’s Relativity: LEGO Star Wars Edition

M.C. Escher’s Relativity: LEGO Star Wars Edition
We’ve seen different geeky takes on M.C. Escher’s Relativity before, but this one is simply amazing. You have the whole Star Wars trilogy here done up in LEGO and an amazing amount of detail.…
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M.C. Escher Relativity Papercraft: Relatively Difficult to Cut and Fold

M.C. Escher Relativity Papercraft: Relatively Difficult to Cut and Fold
I’ve always been amazed by the mind-bending illusions of artist M.C. Escher. His perplexing worlds definitely had more than a little bit to do with the thematic concepts and set designs in the equally awesome Inception.…

Escher’s Relativity is Possible in Minecraft

Escher’s Relativity is Possible in Minecraft
Gamers and Escher go well together. The artist’s famous lithograph Relativity looked even more impossible – and way more lethal – when converted into a Portal level. But Redditor/miner of crafts/illusion-breaker bergenco takes the same lithograph…

Relatively Portal: If Escher Worked at Aperture

Relatively Portal: If Escher Worked at Aperture
As if turrets and lasers were not troublesome enough, Kasper Filipsen adds multiple gravity wells into the equation in this dizzying M.C. Escher-inspired Portal scene. It’s a stage only GLaDOS could love.…
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