Typically when you look at cool drawings or a piece of art, all is there for you to see.
You only need your eyes and nothing else. With István Orosz’s artwork, you need a cylindrical mirror in order to see the art transform.
It’s almost like a surprise not knowing what you’re going to see. He is a Hungarian artist and is well known for this type of anamorphic art. Upon graduating from the University of Arts and Design in Budapest in 1975, he became involved with theater as well as stage design.
He goes by the pseudonym “Outis” or “Utisz” meaning “No One.” This is similar to what we posted last month, combining sculptures with mirrors.