The work of Swiss artist Felice Varini is nothing short of spectacular. He is best known for his large scale projections of geometric forms in rooms and on building exteriors. He uses projectors and stencils to create paintings which the viewer can only see as a cohesive whole from one vantage point; while seeing fragmented shapes from all other views. The first photo in the collage below shows his work at the Grand Palais in Paris which was completed in 2013.
Varini has even painted entire villages where a viewer must hike up a mountain to see the whole painting.
The image below shows one of Varini’s works (Nine Dancing Triangles) with a view from the focal point(top image) and two views from outside the focal point – Amazing!