Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by subratam, Mar 5, 2004.
I don't know about you, but trying to figure this out just gives me a headache!
Do I count as "anyone"?
Obviously the artist was influenced by Escher, who loved this kind of optical-illusion thing. Probably his most famous work (I forget its name, if I ever knew it) shows a stairway running all the way around the inside of a courtyard wall, and which appears to be continuously going up (or down, depending on your point of view).
I'm sure there must be collections of his all over -- try a Google (or whatever) for more of his goodies.
(Edit) Just ran a DogPile search myself, and there are quite a few good collections. There's a particularly complete one here.
Ah, my great countryman, the late Escher! Surely I have to reply on this thread
Do you happen to refer to this one? It's called "RELATIVITY"(Nice title for an headache, right Subratam )
Very nice indeed.
I've often wondered if objects in a state of 5th dimemsion would look like this?
I dunno -- I have difficulty imagining what 8-dimensional objects would look like if depicted in only 5.
Hope none is coming with a 12-dimensional body now... i am really having head ache now
Shucks, sub, you started off this topic with a headache and it's even worse now?
Here, try some of these 4-dimensional aspirin, best I could do on such short notice.
But you should use three dimensional water.
bigc you always have the weirdest ideas and BJ was there and now Mike has joined in...
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