These “Impossible” Dresses Will Melt Your Brain
We live in a relatively simple three-dimensional world. Objects have discernible volumes with values that add up logically. But what happens when we bend the rules, or break them?
You get Hard Copy, a project by Tel Aviv-based designer Noa Raviv. She loads 3-D rendering software with what she calls “impossible commands”—crazy requests that she knows will break the software, forcing it to regurgitate a shape that has no foundational basis in our physical world.
“Like a square that lives in four dimensions?” I ask.
“Exactly,” she says.