Dutch artist Ramon Bruin has an incredible talent in making his art really come to life. His hyper-realistic drawings are all done in such a way as to give off an optical illusion when arranged and photographed in the correct way. Making it appear as if the art itself is floating on or standing out of the paper.

Take a look at some of his 3D creations below:

The whole thing looks like a painting.

The whole thing looks like a painting.

I bet there is a hungry crocodile lying in wait under the page, ready for a meal.

I bet there is a hungry crocodile lying in wait under the page, ready for a meal.

Looks like they are walking right out of the wall.

Looks like they are walking right out of the wall.

His work really comes to life.

His work really comes to life.

That belongs on a motorcycle tank.

That belongs on a motorcycle tank.

Shark Infested furniture.

Shark Infested furniture.

Don’t worry, these creepy crawlies aren’t going anywhere.

Don't worry, these creepy crawlies aren't going anywhere.

Those guys looks just as confused as I am in trying to figure this out.

Those guys looks just as confused as I am in trying to figure this out.

It’s like they are really levitating off the paper.

It's like they are really levitating off the paper.

Sailing through his 3D imagination.

Sailing through his 3D imagination.

Jurassic Art.

Jurassic Art.

The argument. Sometimes his art just doesn’t agree with him.

The argument. Sometimes his art just doesn't agree with him.

Smoking hot!

Smoking hot!

I’d like to take that bridge right into that magical 3D world.

I'd like to take that bridge right into that magical 3D world.

Poor King Monkey only has his dog to keep him company.

Poor King Monkey only has his dog to keep him company.

Come out and play.

Come out and play.

Amazing how he incorporates a few different sheets of paper into his creations.

Amazing how he incorporates a few different sheets of paper into his creations.

Getting a serious M.C. Escher vibe from his work. Some people get all the talent.

You can see more of Ramon’s work on his DeviantArt gallery, as well as on his Facebook. He also sells his art here.

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