French artist Francois Abélanet creates amazing optical illusions and has been considered the best at the job! Believing that audience is a part of this optical illusion adventure, he likes to surprise people. He always brings fiction into reality, and including Nature in his works is one of his favorite games.
Always asking questions such as “Is it real that we see? What one gives us to see? Or behind? Where is the truth? Where is the illusion?” This man has won many hearts due to his work. The man is working to make wonderful illusions that we desire to see.
Be it a garden or playground or a piece of land, he will transform them in an astonishingly unique manner. Francois is also a stage designer for films. He has also been awarded the Prize for the Best French Public Event in 2013.
One of his best works that confused onlookers was the 3D Glass globe Illusion at the Paris City Hall. François created this 3D glass globe with the help of ninety workers and finished it in only 5 days.
He called the grass globe ‘Qui croire?’ which means ‘Who to believe?’ The 3D glass globe is 100 meters in length. If viewed at a certain angle it looks like a large sphere. The sphere covers 16,000 sq. ft. is supposed to "question the link between nature and city, and their difficult coexistence."
Another master piece Francois created was for Renault and is the world’s largest 3D street art piece, displayed in Lyon. The art, which will enter the Guinness Book of Records, covers a total of 6000 square feet.
The artist explains that by visiting the work the audience can see that "different creations will emerge without being able to see the trick. Because there is no trick: an anamorphosis is the result of very precise calculations. And also a bit of imagination."
The street art was made to commemorate the new launch of Renault trucks in France.
Some other works of Francois are:
1. How is he standing on a cube? No Photoshop Guys!
2. Optical illusion at its best!
3. The Sand cube!
4. Hey how to reach there?
5. Mirror Mirror on the ……???
6. Look Again!
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