Plenty to see at PUZZLING WORLD!
A firm belief in giving their customers more “bang for their buck” and encouraging them to truly absorb themselves in the illusionary theming, the team at Puzzling World have continuously added and improved features between each of their five Illusion Rooms – an area they call “the walls of wonder”.
Paintings from Alaska and Bali, wall hangings from Peru and prints from some of the world’s past and current leaders in illusionary art adorn the walls, demonstrating just how universal the popularity of optical illusions are across the ages and the globe.
You’ll discover Canada’s Robert Gonsalves’ works of “magical realism” complementing the “impossible reality” of the Dutch master, M.C Escher at the other end of the business.
Further along, Ambigrams, a type of illusionary word-art is explored watched on by NZ’s first Virtual Assistant – a projected holographic guide to assist customers within the rooms.
An incredible 3-dimensional knit of Einstein hangs alongside an Amish inspired cuboid design, followed by a more walls of brain-bending images and massive window decals to give an ethereal stained glass feel to the Sculptillusion Gallery and the latest addition? - a huge Lenticular image of a transforming Lion – from King to Rasta!