Roaring success: The scarily life-like paintings show why 4D is the big new thing in art
You can tell from the smile on this art lover's face that she isn't really in any danger from the pouncing lion that appears within striking distance of her. And the fact that the lion is leaping from a red wardrobe, inspired by the Chronicles of Narnia, tells you something fantastical is occurring in the art world.As 'realistic' as it may look, this incredible painting is simply part of a new exhibition of four dimensional art in North East China. More pics after the break.......
Cartoonish quality: Pinocchio's nose juts out from the canvas, allowing this lady to pose as part of the picture for her own photo
It's not black and white: Even when you know the tricks the artists are employing, you can still be taken in by the levels of depth perception in the images
Beyond the pail: Could this interactive art experience replace a trip to the farm or, right, could it make skydiving a lot safer for those with vertigo?
What's the catch? These girls managed to hook a bear on the end their salmon during a quiet day's fishing at the Jilin gallery
Grand unveiling: Visitors have streamed into the gallery since the interactive exhibition opened
Fill in the blanks: This lady took the unique opportunity to share an easel with Vincent Van Gogh and polish off an unfinished portrait of the artist
Pull the other one: It can take a few minutes of looking at these utterly convincing works of perspective before the eye determines what is happening