While you may not readily recognize the name "Felice Varini," you have probably seen some of the Swiss-French artist's works in the past. Best known for his "perspective-localized" creations, Varini paints large-scale, geometric shapes onto indoor and outdoor surfaces, but with a twist. From only one, particular vantage point will you be able to see an intact, consistent mural. From any other viewpoint, Varini's paintings look like mere fragments of a painting. To put it simply, his paintings are optical illusions.
His latest piece for Belgium's De Unie Hasselt-Genk exhibition maintains these same qualities, except this time, Varini decided to do it big. His piece Trois ellipses ouvertes en desordre spans across the roofs and walls of 99 buildings in Hasselt's city center. Best mural of all time, or nah?