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3-D art wows visitors

People can touch the artworks, interact with them and take photos with them

Published on Jun 13, 2014 8:40 PM

You can touch and hug the art pieces or even step inside and snap photos with them.

That is the draw of trompe l'oeil artwork - two-dimension paintings which look like threedimensional scenes and objects, thanks to an optical illusion.

It is the main attraction of two new museums and one exhibition showing at a gallery here this month.

The past week has seen the launch of two museums from South Korea with trompe l'oeil artwork.

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