Trick Eye art work makes use of optical illusion in the two-dimensional paintings to create a three-dimensional image on your camera. The thrilling and creative Trick Eye Museum from Korea is known for delivering a different concept of art to visitors, one that encourages interaction with its pieces and sculptures. The museum, which has been growing in popularity as a tourist attraction in recent years, has launched an overseas branch in Hong Kong! The museum features original artworks with varying themes, including children stories and recreations of classical art pieces.
Suitable for all ages, everyone gets to have fun creating different poses and expressions to become one with art! Due to its interactive feature, photography is highly encouraged and all the art in the museum can be touched, so families can have fun without worrying about “do not touch” signs! Who said museums were boring?