In Hong-Kong, a mind-boggling form of art from the streets is entering exhibitions. Visitors are heading to the 3D Trick Art Museum to experience art in a unique way.
3D Trick Art is a type of art which appears three-dimensional when viewed, at certain angles. 3D paintings are usually hung from sky scrapers and in public buildings in the city. Organizers at Hong Kong's 3D Museum saw the potential in the art form when they visited a similar exhibition in South Korea last year. The planners have asked artists inside and outside Hong Kong to paint on canvases set into the walls. Curators plan to introduce new forms of art every four to six months and also add other pieces of art during important holidays and festivals.