So that above explanation is something we snapped along the way to explain just what 4-D art is. Trickeye as it is known, we visited the famous Trickeye Museum to see it for ourselves. A couple of pictures thrown in here and there just to let you judge for yourself, but if I was the judge I'd say the Trickeye Museum is worth a visit for anyone. Taking famous pieces of Artwork and turning it into something interactive.
About to be eaten by fish! Well at least we look good.
Drinking in the Art: Nothing like quenching your thirst with the assistance of some wine and a painting. Just a heads up, this is not real.
Just messing with the Mona Lisa, was tired of the way she was looking at us.
This pic was one of my favourites. Really looked cool with the coins falling into his hands.
I am sure this is not the first pig that he has pulled.
Edvard Munch's Scream with his pants down...classic
Both these two are of vaults openning the money, but I think I like the second one better, looks far more real.
More cash dollar
A 3 Van Gogh in one artwork
Money raining down, I don't know how else to describe it...so moving on.
Who would have thought that, that was hair and not a hat.
If I didn't know any better I would have thought that was real.
Sushi that big, is actually a pretty common sight here.
Some of the art was more for the ladies.
Some was more interactive than others.
And some art, taught us lessons
Now this is just a flat picture on the floor, what would you think if you saw this.