Trick art is, in other words, "trompe l'oeil". A picture drawn three-dimensionally as if there were a real thing there, by skillfully using the optical illusion. Actually, I also love trick art, and once I went all the way to Takaosanguchi Station, I went straight back to the Trick Art Museum without climbing Mt. Takao.
That's good, but the trick art created by Singaporean artist Ivan Hoo is now being picked up by foreign media.
Ivan's works, such as wine spilled on the table, popcorn sprinkled on the table, and crushed raw eggs, all depict moments that make you feel "Ah!". It's as real as a photo, so even if you know it's a picture, you'll be surprised.
Ivan's style is to draw on a wooden board with colored pencils or pastel. Its sophistication is stunning, so if you're looking for a "deceived pleasure", take a look at his official Facebook page and Instagram.