How was this street-sized valley image even made? Chalk? Paint? Regardless, these insane optical illusions are so lifelike I'm getting vertigo just from looking at them!
When you've seen one guitarist standing on a pedestal playing for giant pigeons, you've seen 'em all. Now how is he supposed to get down without being eaten?
The moment this stops being a scary illusion is the moment you see the family casually hanging out on the right side of the image.
That kid is being VERY casual about standing on the edge of a waterfall...
Speaking of insane optical illusions, this photo of a woman relaxing on the beach is really just a woman sitting alone on the dirty street. That's so gross!
Someone spent hours creating a forced perspective image of giant gummy bears that could only really be appreciated from a very specific spot on their roof. What did you do with your week?
That lady is being really casual about watching that chalk drawing of a construction worker fall to his death.
Where's the #ChalkLivesMatter movement when we need it?
This is either one of those unbelievable optical illusions or this photographer just patiently watched this woman get eaten by a giant. Our money is on the latter.
RIP, ma'am. RIP.
I'm not so sure about the structural integrity of this forced perspective sand art diving board.
Also, that pool is too small!
"Don't you ever just wish you could throw your child into the open mouth of a tentacle monster?"
- This mom apparently
"It's okay guys, I'll just park my giant monster truck in the upper level of this building."
- A hero
There's regular "positive attitude" and then there's "smile while being eaten by a shark" positive attitude. Let's just say, this lady is having a really positive day.
It's really irresponsible of this guy to tiptoe over an open mine shaft when he could have just as easily walked around it. It's just common sense people!
If you think about this weird forced perspective staircase for long enough, you might go crazy.
You Might go crazy.
I freak out whenever I see even normal-sized grasshoppers, so this little girl is a hero to me. You go, girl!
The crazy thing about forced perspective artwork is that if you aren't looking at it from just the right angle, it can look pretty unimpressive. If you're standing in the right spot, though, it looks like this lady is about to be eaten by a snail.
Take that, lady.