India's first 3D trick art museum in Chennai is nothing short of spectacular
The museum has been designed and created by artist A P Shreethar, and is located at Snow Kingdom, VGP complex, East Coast Road in Chennai
If you are in Chennai, then you are in for a real treat.
The city got it's first 3D trick art museum and by the looks of it, it's worth your visit. So if you have a list of 'what to do' in the city, you should add this museum to the top of that list and go check it out immediately.
You will be pleasantly surprised to see that the pictures are so lively that you fit into them perfectly. In fact, visitors and children are going berserk taking selfies!
The museum has been designed and created by artist A P Shreethar, and is located at Snow Kingdom, VGP complex, East Coast Road in Chennai.
"In this museum every piece of art is complete only when the viewer enters the frame. It is interactive art. The museum has 24 interactive art pieces," Shreethar told The New Indian Express.
He added that every piece of art in the museum is complete only when the viewer enters the frame. "It is interactive art. The museum has 24 interactive art pieces,” he is quoted as saying.
Ever since its inauguration this month (May 2016), the museum has seen an influx of several visitors.
Interestingly, while the art pieces are painted onto the walls, there are marking for visitors to stand and be a part of the painting. These markings help the photographer take the 'perfect shot!'
Trick art also known as 'Optical Art' or '3D Art,' and is said to have a history of over 2,000 years. The interactive art has two-dimensional images that create the illusion of a third dimension.
The technical name for this type of art is 'Tompe-l'oeil,' which is French from 'deceive the eye.'
Continue reading to see what you can do with your kids once you are at the museum.
If you are also planning to visit this unique museum with your kids, here's what you should brace yourselves for!
Continue reading to see more trick art experiences you can go for with your kids.
Enjoy your trip!
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