Photographer Vicente de Paulo has captured some of the most iconic buildings by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and has manipulated the results so that they come to life when seen through 3D glasses..
Commissioned by art and fashion magazine Visionaire, Vicente Paulo has documented churches, museums and houses completed by the architect between 1940 and 1990 in São Paulo, Brasília, and Rio de Janeiro.
A set of ten images are manipulated into anaglyphs that appear three-dimensional when observed though glasses with red and blue lenses.
The same ten photographs are also reproduced as pairs of slides with subtly different proportions, which trick the eye when viewed through a stereoscope.
Source: Dezeen Magazine.