To make sculpture requires artistic talent and hard work. To make these kinds of sculpture requires artistic talent, hard work, and a Ph.D. Fortunately, John Muntean is qualified.
According to his website, Muntean has a doctorate in chemistry — in pursuit of which he wrote a thesis on 'Quantitative Aspects of Solid-State Carbon-13 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy' (say that three times fast!). His scientific investigations sparked his interest in sculpture and in exploring "how perception influences our theory of the universe."
What's amazing about these particular sculptures is that they cast different shadows depending on how you rotate them relative to a light source. Each sculpture generates three completely distinct images. Don't take our word for it — take a look:
Singin' In The Rain
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