So I moved into a new house. I looked at the floor and I saw a series of tiles, all in the shape of a rhombus. Then I thought "This is awesome!". I stared at the ground for at least five minutes, and then I realized that just one shape, multiplied several times in several different ways can create different effects.
Then I chose one combination. The ones above are not just complete shapes, but a combination of complete shapes that can create a sense of perspective.
When we see the overlying combination, we may already make out a certain cubic shape for example. But when we see the larger overlying combination of rhombus shapes in relation to the underlying smaller combination of rhombus shapes, we may realize that the two together can create an effect in which a cube lies next to a cube but the 'vanishing point' is beyond the bottom right corner of the image.
In order to see it though, you will need to ignore the rhombus at the top and to the left side of each combination of shapes.
When you see that, you can look for other perspectives within the piece.
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