Don’t Take Your Work Too Seriously

That’s one of the six creative tips offered by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich in a wonderful, small New York Times article. The others are equally good advice, especially for creative professionals.

It’s all about the picture below, provided to The New York Times by Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy of Barbican Art Gallery. Look closely and you’ll understand what it’s all about.

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Comments

  1. Very interesting. Actually, this form of illusion was used by the Allies during WW II to fool Nazis into bombing non-existant targets. Magicians have seemingly made elephants, automobiles and even huge buildings seem to disappear. Regardless, the one you sent is quite an illusion — I love the guy who seems to be hanging by his feet from a window. (copied by HB from an email received from a reader)

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