India’s first 3D interactive ‘trick art’ museum has been inaugurated in Chennai.
Now, viewers can enter the frame to make the piece of art come alive.
According to artist A P Shreethar, who has designed and created the museum, ‘It is a place with big pictures of optical illusions that will fill one’s head with Idyllic creations’.
While the art pieces have been painted on the walls, there are markings on the floor where a viewer must stand to be a part of the painting and from where a photographer must click the picture to include the person in the painting.
Here are a few stunning 3D paintings from the museum.
This painting named ‘Selfie pulla’ allows you to take selfies with a chimpanzee. Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
‘Nee enna periya appatakkaraa’, a painting showing a cobra bouncing on the visiotrs out of the frame? Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
Feel getting kicked by Bruce Lee while standing near this painting named ‘A kick from the golden feet is worth a million’. Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
‘Strings Attached’, a painting where you can feel like a puppet. Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
‘Naduvula konjam kadhavaik kaanom’, what if someone peeps over you in the restroom? Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
‘There is an angel in you’, a spot where two angels without bodies are painted and the observer becomes an angel while standing at the markings on the floor. Photograph: @clickartmuseum/Facebook
‘The Cutting Edge’, feel yourself as if you are a part of a magic show where your body is cut. Photograph: @clickartmuseum/Facebook
A painting named ‘And the Best Award goes to…’ shows Oscar presenting an Oscars award to the visitor. Photograph: @clickartmuseum/Facebook
This painting named ‘Mama u wanna hate me’ shows Adam apparently giving Eve’s apple to visitors, while Eve looks very livid. Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
The painting named ‘Mama’s Womb’ allows one to ‘go back to mother’s womb’ with this big bubble. Photograph: clickartmuseum.com
‘Dolphinum Naanum’, give a ring to the Dolphin that jumps out of the frame. Photograph: @clickartmuseum/Facebook