While creativity always seems to flourish through unconventional ideas, artist Pam Tietze has created a line of eyewear that will distort your vision—in a good way. "Holes" kaleidoscope glasses have lenses made from prisms used in chandeliers and provide the naked eye with a visual effect of viewing the world through crystal glass.

What we perceive as our normal vision is faced with a challenge of making sense of things through colorful geometric arrays, which are amazingly beautiful and frustratingly confusing at the same time. Regarding what to gain from the experience of wearing "Holes," their creator says, "In the end, I hope they evoke the feeling of being a tourist in your own reality."

If you are interested in this visual journey, you can purchase the glasses online for $100, but make sure to resist driving while wearing them.

[via Bornrich]