I can tell that this strange artwork cannot possible exist in reality. I find the unusual figure brain twisting. The first time that I saw this impossible figure of Vicentes, I wasn’t sure whether it was a 2 dimensional or 3 dimensional image. The only thing that I was sure of was that it seemed full of impossibilities.
About the Impossible Pythagorean Theorem
This is yet another fascinating impossible figures image from the incredible world of Vicente Meavilla Segui. There are a variety of cues that are used by Vicente in order to form a three- dimensional illustration of the figure of interest. These are interposition, height-in-the-field, linear perspective, texture gradient, size, shading, and atmospheric perspective. I have discovered that the combinations of these elements can form illusions of depth in a picture.
About the Author
Vicente Meavilla Segui was born in Mahón, Spain on April 26, 1949. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Science Mathematics from the University of Zaragoza in Spain and a Doctorate Degree in Arts, Pedagogy from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain. Vicente has extensive knowledge when it comes to Mathematics. He has researched the influence of social interactions on the learning of school algebra.
Vicente is the author of seven books about the history of mathematics and one book about Discrete Mathematics. He has also written numerous articles about the teaching and learning of Math and has given communications and reports on the same subject in national and international conferences. At the end of 2004, a new book entitled “Figuras Imposibles” by Vicente Meavilla was published. His artistic technique is pointillism and he uses felt-tip pens to color his compositions. The subject of most of his work is centered mainly on impossible figures.
Thank you very much Vicente Meavilla Segui for allowing us to post and share your impossible figures. If you wish to learn more about his marvelous works, you can go and Vincente Meaville Segui visit his website.