By Bruno Ernst
Describes the tools that are used to build fascinating most unlikely figures which could tease the attention and baffle the mind's eye. Copious examples are drawn from the author's personal paintings and the fertile mind's eye of Escher and Oscare Reutersvard.
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Adventures with impossible figures by Bruno Ernst