While this image may look photoshopped into this living area, the unique design was created by Swiss-born artist Felice Varini.
From most vantage points, the painted design looks disjointed and random.
But the final products come together beautifully from the correct vantage point.
Since 1979, Varini has been experimenting with this type of art.
Which utilizes forced perspective, also known as Trompe-l’œil.
Varini uses geometric shapes and bright colors in his work.
And he often makes his large-scale work visible in public areas.
For his entire arsenal of work over the last 30 years, check out his website and Facebook page.