About optical illusion museum
The Optical Illusions Museum intends to use a conceptual approach inspired by Trick Eye Museum in Asia that began in 2010. The artistic style utilized is called trompe l’oeil, which is a French term for a visual illusion in art, especially as used to trick the eye into perceiving a painting or design that’s two dimensional as a three dimensional object. Unlike traditional art pieces, viewers can be part of the art piece and change the formation of the painting by their participation. Visitors are the director of their own photos in the 3D universe. The slogan “be a part of the art” will entice visitors to the museum to not only view the art but to photograph themselves with the creative and fun art pieces. While most art gallery museums do not allow you to interact with the exhibits (let alone take a photo of them), here at Optical Illusions Museum we not only allow you to do so but expect it. It would be encouraged for these visitors of the art to share their selfie photographs with the artwork on social media for their network to view as well.