The artwork was made in a mall, and there are numerous people visible in the background. It appears that a zombie attack from the underworld is currently taking place.
Nowadays, walking requires paying attention to one's feet and is not always simple. This painting, which measured about 270 square meters, was on display during the Prairie Art Festival.
No, it is not a scene from Stranger Things, nor is it a depiction of the world turned upside down. It's only a pavement painting painted as an optical illusion by a creative who must have been bored at home.
You might plunge into a vast chasm. The main city plaza in Stockholm appears to have a huge hole in the middle thanks to an amazing optical illusion made by Swedish artist Erik Johansson.
Now, people have grown accustomed to this type of street. To navigate the highways, they bring their plastic pool boats. But can they protect themselves from a crocodile that is nearby?
Not only is it a waterfall, but it is also very deep. Look at the illustration below. It is not a waterfall, so believe us. At his best, the optical illusionist created this.
Can you navigate this maze all the way? The artist's painting is not just unsettling but also has the potential to make viewers queasy.
He is awaiting the arrival of Batman, who will save him. Although there are many Marvel fans, this one stands out from the rest.