Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
76 X 101 cm
Illusions are surprising, intriguing, and fun. They also give us a peek into the amazing principles that determine how our brain works.
The most common illusions are optical. Illusions are formed because perception is a dynamic process controlled by the brain; it is not a simple "photograph" of reality. The brain and sense organs analyse information coming from the environment, and they focus on whatever best preserves and utilises the brain's pre-existing knowledge about the world. The brain gets the information from the senses, processes it, and combines different types of information from different senses. It can ignore some details and emphasise others, and it can even change the sensitivity of the sense organs. What all this means, simply put, is that the relationship between perceived reality and actual reality is quite complex.
Canvas prints are printed on a high quality 100% cotton gloss canvas material which is 300GSM. Gloss cotton canvas offers fantastic colour reproduction.
All prints are coated with a quality protective coating which protects against moisture, UV and dust.
Stretcher bar are used quality kiln dried width are 3cm in depth. The raised lip around the outside of the stretcher frame protects the print from pressing onto the frame and becoming dented with the outline of the frame edges.
All mounted prints are stretched and stapled onto the wooden stretcher frame. The staples are then covered and finished with a tape to minimise the scratching of painted walls during hanging and to give an overall better finish.
*** Please note: Estimated delivery time is 10 - 14 working days ***
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