3D interactive art featuring the royal wedding is on display as part of the VisitBritain tourism campaign in Sydney, Australia. (Getty Images)
You might want to watch your step around this picture of the royal wedding.
The 3D creation that fools the eye and defies your sense of gravity was on display this week right under the feet of tourists walking the Circular Quay in Sydney, Australia, near the city’s iconic Harbour Bridge.
The nuptials of William and Kate is one the artworks created by London street artist Joe Hill for the ‘Great Britain 3D’ exhibit that is touring through various cities worldwide as part of a VisitBritain tourism campaign.
Stops along the tour over the next month include Shanghai, Delhi, Stockholm and Los Angeles. The optical illusion art is meant to show off various pieces of British life and traditions as the country heads toward hosting the 2012 Olympics.
More about Joe Hill’s art is available here.