Optical illusion oil paintings by artist Oleg Shuplyak from the city of Berezhany (Ternopil Oblast) have been published in the world famous Daily Mail and Huffington Post.

His works have been already exhibited in USA, Japan, Korea and UK.

Ukrainian artist was inspired by the surrealism founder Salvador Dali to combine two plots in one painting. Being a student Oleh saw a painting 'Slave Market with the Disappearing Bust of Voltaire' where he managed to find the portrait of the author.

First optical illusion was just a hobby. However, seeing how people were amazed by it Oleg was inspired to create more and more. The artist has his own set of rules: all elements of the painting must be logically connected with each other, i.e., if it has an image of a writer (poet, artist etc.) it also shows his works (characters, poems, styles etc.).

Oleg created his first painting in 1991. Now he counts more than 60 works.

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