Allow us to mess with your mind for a second, as we present the impossible geometric illusions of visual designer Fanette Guilloud. Taking over walls, windows and hallways, Guilloud’s hand-painted shapes are drawn on to a range of surfaces, which when viewed from the correct angle manage to defy the physical. Painted onto doors, drainpipes and broken glass, unrelated two-dimensional swipes of color suddenly jump out as floating typography and geometric shapes suspended in midair.

Known as ‘anamorphic projection, Guilloud has practiced the technique on abandoned buildings and in hostels and hotels from Berlin to Bordeaux, photographing the work to offer up her real-life illusions in their most impossible geometry.