15.07.11 by Jeff

Anamorphic Medusa

“Medusa, Anamorph” painted by Ninja1 and Mach505 (Truly Design Crew).

Medusa, Anamorph by Ninja1 and Mach505 of Truly Design Crew

Medusa, Anamorph by Ninja1 and Mach505 of Truly Design Crew

Medusa, Anamorph by Ninja1 and Mach505 of Truly Design Crew

Medusa, Anamorph by Ninja1 and Mach505 of Truly Design Crew

Medusa, Anamorph by Ninja1 and Mach505 of Truly Design Crew













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • Apples

    My mind has just exploded.
    Holy fucking shit this is epic!

  • nico

    It’s simple with foto or image projection….

    • John

      Don’t be a brat. this is sick.

      • haha.

      • North c house

        i agree its simple and though it is cool the ability required is less than you would think

    • Scott

      I want to learn this. How is it done?

    • gumi

      dude did you even bother scrolling down?

  • just brilliant!!!

  • lapetitefaon

    I can’t really wrap my head around this! Keep staring and being like wait? this is real?! amazing!

  • these always blow my mind. unreal.

  • ALICKS RENEE

    holy shit! :O I thought it was fake til I scrolled down. The image itself already had me in awe, but the whole idea just blew me away. Bravo…

  • shows you how everything will come into place when looking from a certain angle

  • T2

    OMG! WOW!!

  • Toon Rooijmans

    Felice Varini Eat your heart out!

  • I think I just had a seizure. If I walked up on this by chance I think I would stroke out and die. Thus…brilliant!

  • fiorella

    this type of awesomeness makes me happy. amazing crew!

  • this is madness.

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  • Good work!!!! Unreal!!! Gorgeous!!!!





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Are the Similarities Between Trump and Hitler TIME Covers Purely Coincidental?

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TIME Magazine has just announced their “Person of the Year” is Donald Trump. Twitter users were quick to point out the striking similarities between this cover, shot by photographer Nadav Kander, and the Adolf Hitler cover from April 1941. Hitler was also named “Person of the Year” in 1938.

In both images the subjects are seated in chairs, but as Fader points out, notice the ominous shadow on the wall, and the way the colour of the backdrop complements the suit. For reference you can look through the past “Person of the Year” covers here.

Many are also suggesting that the “M” in TIME gives Donald Trump the appearance of having devil horns. Are people reading too much into this or were these intentional decisions? Have a look at both cover images below.

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