Netherlands-based artist Ramon Bruin, 33, creates three-dimensional "anamorphic" drawings that seem to leap off the page.
Bruin has been drawing his whole life, but his big artistic breakthrough came in 2012. "I noticed when I tilted my camera a little bit, the drawing looked different on the photograph," he tells us. "Since then I started to slowly adjust the drawing, so it looked good on the photographed. I started adding depth, shades and highlight and the drawings came to life."
It may sound simple, but it's a painstaking and complex task. And with each new piece, Bruin's work become larger and his technique more complex. "The most interesting part about 3D art is that the most simple drawing appears to be alive," he says. "You can let simple stick figures dance on a single sheet of paper lying on your desk. That's the beauty. The possibilities are endless."
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All images courtesy of Ramon Bruin.