Shigeo Fukuda 福田 繁雄Shigeo Fukuda was a sculptor, graphic artist and poster designer who created optical illusions. His art pieces usually portray deception, such as Lunch With a Helmet On, a sculpture created entirely from forks, knives, and spoons, that casts a detailed shadow of a motorcycle.
Japanese artist Shigeo Fukuda is the most prolific and versatile of all the illusion artists. His artistic opus is incredible and his works are displayed all over the world. He is well-known in Japan, where most of his work is on display. He has created illusionistic art (both two-dimensional and three-dimensional) in all manner of categories, impossible objects, ambiguous sculptures, distorted projections, anamorphic art, etc.
"Duet" (seen above) is a three-dimensional sculpture, which (as you move around it) transforms from a pianist to a violinist. The three pictures above show the same sculpture from three different views
Fukuda's "Disappearing Column" makes the impossible possible. This is a physical model of the famous impossible trident, which many people thought would be impossible to make as a physical three dimensional model. It only works in one angle.
"Reflections of a Piano"
Taking advantage of an Ames Projection, Fukuda has constructed a bizarre piano so that the lines of it still coincide with the lines of sight of a real piano. Seen from one special angle, the reflection of the physical model looks perfectly normal.