Space Construction

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Space Construction

By |2015-01-07T10:00:20+00:00December 19th, 2014|0 Comments
Artist: Harry Turner

This Space Construction impossible figure of Harry Turner looks very perplexing. It will take a long time before the viewer can realize the illusion in the figure because of the simplicity of assembly and its logical construction. I can see the expertise of Harry in creating a mind blowing impossible figures.

About the Space Construction

This Space Construction was created by Harry Turner. His style in creating impossible figure is pragmatic. He has tried to provide the reader with graphics of deceptively tangible objects that can be controlled and handled. As a result, the completed artwork features a coherent credibility in spite of the visual incongruities that it has. He is familiar with Eschers optical illusion and this painted design is greatly influenced by Eschers graphic works. The isometric version of the impossible figure that Harry is using is closely linked to the designs based on regular triangular and hexagonal networks related to the Islamic geometric patterns.

About the Artist

Harry Turner was an artist and writer, who turned his skills to advertising, becoming manager of the marketing department at the English newspaper The Manchester Evening News. He became well known in the world of science fiction fandom as an artist and publisher, and his other interests include space travel and collecting books. He established an international reputation as a graphic artist, and his major contribution to the world of impossible objects was his creation of the “triad” in the 1970s.

He passed away in 2009 and left behind an amazing collection of impossible objects for the world to enjoy.  We thank him for his creativity and for his puzzling mind.

Thank you very much Harry Turner’s family for allowing us to post and share his Space Construction. If you wish to see more of his incredible artworks, you can go and visit his website.

About the Author:

A person with a love and passion for puzzles.

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