French sculptor Matthieu Robert-Ortis create mind-blowing optical illusion sculptures that look like two completely different images when viewed from different perspectives.
Take a look at more over at his YouTube page.
From an interview with Malay Mail:
I used to make small pieces, some are my own face. My mother saw one of it and she went, “Oh that’s my son” and asked me to give it to her. So I gave it to her. She displayed it at home so when a friend saw the sculpture, she told me that I could have an exhibition of my sculptures. So I listened to her and she helped arrange an exhibition of my work. That was three years ago. Here I am today.
I have now created about 42 wire sculptures of 30 anamorphose and 12 metamorphose. I have made the man-crab, elephant-giraffe, octopus-kangaroo and drone-eagles. I started making the metaphorphose only about nine months ago, some are larger pieces and some are smaller pieces. Each piece will have a number on the pedestal. I usually make a small prototype first and if I like the piece, I can create a big piece. From drawing, creation to finishing, it takes about one month or two months to create a big piece. It will take between two to three weeks to create a small piece but it also depends on what sculpture it is.