Anamorphosis was a method already described in the mid-fifteenth century in the study of Piero della Francesca on perspective. In 1533 we found ourselves in a curious anamorphosis painting painted by Hans Holbein in his painting The Ambassadors, where a deformed skull appears. Anamorfosis word first appears in 1612, Salomon de Caus being one of the first researchers on such images. Based on the geometric perpectiva he applied different mathematical calculations by which these images are distorted and returned to form when projected onto a cylindrical mirror on a cone and also on a pyramid.
Jean Frais Niceron published in 1638 "curious perspective." A comprehensive treaty that reported this form of distorted perspective, so that became a favorite of the seventeenth century society amusements.
Today artists like Julian Beever murals applying anamorphosis creating incredible perspectives painted on the sidewalks of the streets.
Our game consists of 24 classic films to be seen on anamorphic cone and cylinder.
It comes in a nice case to make a perfect gift.
Measures 21x21 cm sheets
2 opinion(s) "Anamophosis (Magic mirror)"
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