Swiss artist Felice Varini is well renowned for his street art and graffiti skills, but his latest project might be his best ever. Using the Le Corbusier designed La Cité Radieuse building in Marseille, France as his canvas; he has transformed the building into an interesting piece of geographical art. By using bright colors of red and yellow, Varini creates the illusion of extended lines and other geometrical shapes that go the length of the building and into the courtyard. This creates the illusion that the building is a 2D object that he drew on top of, when in reality its very, very, 3D.
Take a look at photos from the project above.