Enjoy my creative rendition of Angell Hall on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, presented using the droste effect and an infrared photographic filter. See products at Redbubble & Pixels.
This colorful disc golfing graphic design uses the droste effect to create an infinite series of spinning baskets. Just keep your eye on the target…and visit my shop to discover some really cool products.
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Do not enter. Stay away. The door is barred for a reason. Take off. Follow instructions. Read the sign. Visit my gallery. Enjoy your day!
Around and around and around, this spiral staircase winds up or down into infinity using the droste effect. I’ve added this design to my galleries at Redbubble and Fine Art America, where guests can discover a wide assortment of interesting gifts and apparel. So, stop by for a visit and check it out…
An infinite array of railings loop into a spiral horizon, creating an open path and a dizzying trail. This design uses the Droste Effect with Filter Forge and is based on a free photograph from unsplash.com. I’ve added it to my galleries at Society 6 and Fine Art America, where guests may discover a wide variety of items available print on demand. Check it out…
If you get dizzy easily or suffer from vertigo, please turn away – step away from the rail! I took this photograph inside of the stairwell at a local parking structure, and used the droste effect to create the illusion of spinning. Guests are welcome to visit my gallery at Pixels to discover a variety of print types featuring this design. Several framing options are available.