3D (anamorphic) art on pavement, when done right, can make for some pretty trippy visuals. From realistic sink holes, to Malaysia Airline tributes, the things that some artists can do on the ground just wouldn't look as cool on paper or canvas. Chalk artist Leon Kerr recently completed this homage to the classic video game Space Invaders on the pavement outside of École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EFPL) in Switzerland.

From certain angles, it's nearly impossible to see the art as a two-dimensional drawing because Kerr designed it so perfectly. The work took six days to complete and will be on view through April 10, so if you're in Switzerland, you should definitely stop by for a photo op.

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[via Huffington Post]