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How to Understand, Enjoy, and Draw Optical…

How to Understand, Enjoy, and Draw Optical Illusions: 37 Illustrated…

by Robert Ausbourne

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764941941, Hardcover)

This compact, colorful book coherently dissects all sorts of confounding optical illusions, explaining how they work, how to create them, and how to alter and play with them to your heart's content. With accessible yet fascinating text and thirty-seven projects to work with, this intriguing book is appropriate for graphic designers, teachers, artists, and anyone who enjoys contemplating how the mind works and how the eye sees. The sturdy hardcover binding lies flat for convenient scanning of the basic shapes used in the drawing projects, and the directions--accompanied by color illustrations--are clear and easy to follow.

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