Triple Vision or 3D?

One eye green, one eye red like 3D glasses..

3D #1

Do we see in 2D or 3D. I searched, but answers were unsatisfactory.

3D #2

Found in an alley in Kensington Market.

3D #3

3D #4

3D #5

Pics taken by Resa, May 16, 2015

Toronto, Canada

18 thoughts on “Triple Vision or 3D?

  1. So good to see you again Resa – now this is quite unusual work, with a little haunting effect. Not as vibrant, but creative none-the-less and in some cases quiet 3d appearance.

    1. It’s an odd piece, for sure. Still a lot of work wet into it, and well, I’m an equal opportunity Street Art presenter. Great to see you back…. your clouds are awesome!

      1. No doubt the artist put some great detail and thought into the mural. I’ll bet to see the wall in person, brings about some amazing reaction. It’s great to see this type of art ~ I’ve never paid as much attention to street art, that is until finding your blog.

  2. The bottom bit of that last photo is especially trippy, that’s some serious talent right there. I assume we see in a mixture of 2 and 3D but it will be worth some researching!

    1. There is a lot of talent gone into this piece. You’d think in all of Google I would have found a satisfactory answer in the top 3 hits. Well, on to 4D! LOL

  3. Gray Dawster

    Nice and creepy this one,
    and perfect timing for Halloween 🙂
    No, I have not passed my broom
    flying test yet but it won’t stop
    me flying in for a chat and cup
    of coffee 🙂 Cookies optional as
    long as I can hold the tin 🙂 lol

    Andro xxx

    1. Cool, hey if you want to use one of these pics or more for a poem, go right ahead! Just throw in a photo credit & link to GLaM at the end. I will definitely reblog!
      Pre-authorized special permission, Alex, you are welcome to use any of my pics at any time.
      Your work is excellent!

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