Amazing 3d Art

This eye-popping artwork looks like it’s leaping off the page in 3D – but it’s actually a trick of perspective. Playing with light, shadow, and perspective, Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki creates these stylised optical illusions using the entire spread of his sketchbooks. Once propped against a wall and viewed from the perfect angle his illustrations seem to leap off the page creating a visual effect. Nagai Hideyuki, 21, from Japan, uses a pencil to conjure up amazing objects.

This eye-popping artwork looks like it's leaping off the page in 3D - but it's actually a trick of perspective. Playing with light, shadow, and perspective, Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki creates these stylised optical illusions using the entire spread of his sketchbooks. Once propped against a wall and viewed from the perfect angle his illustrations seem to leap off the page creating a visual effect. Nagai Hideyuki, 21, from Japan, uses a pencil to conjure up amazing objects.

This eye-popping artwork looks like it's leaping off the page in 3D - but it's actually a trick of perspective. Playing with light, shadow, and perspective, Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki creates these stylised optical illusions using the entire spread of his sketchbooks. Once propped against a wall and viewed from the perfect angle his illustrations seem to leap off the page creating a visual effect. Nagai Hideyuki, 21, from Japan, uses a pencil to conjure up amazing objects.

This eye-popping artwork looks like it's leaping off the page in 3D - but it's actually a trick of perspective. Playing with light, shadow, and perspective, Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki creates these stylised optical illusions using the entire spread of his sketchbooks. Once propped against a wall and viewed from the perfect angle his illustrations seem to leap off the page creating a visual effect. Nagai Hideyuki, 21, from Japan, uses a pencil to conjure up amazing objects.

This eye-popping artwork looks like it's leaping off the page in 3D - but it's actually a trick of perspective. Playing with light, shadow, and perspective, Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki creates these stylised optical illusions using the entire spread of his sketchbooks. Once propped against a wall and viewed from the perfect angle his illustrations seem to leap off the page creating a visual effect. Nagai Hideyuki, 21, from Japan, uses a pencil to conjure up amazing objects.