Tuesday, October 4, 2011

What books has Yonatan Frimer Written?

Yonatan Frimer's first book to be published was Mazes To Amaze, by Tarquin Publishing. The book is a joyful amount of mazes with optical illusions that transcend their mazes and pop off the page to some people. Its an excellent read and all those that have seen it, have loved it.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Awesome Maze Art For Sale

You may have seen mazes in your lifetime, but you haven't seen mazes like those created by Yonatan Frimer. These mazes are intense optical illusions, and the fact that they are a maze game makes them require your eyeballs to stare at them, and internalize the optical illusions visual hallucinations. Each of these mazes links to a page on a website that allows you to buy prints ON DEMAND of these mazes, so that you can hang them on your wall and "amaze" your dinner guests.

You can also check out more Yonatan Frimer mazes on http://teamofmonkeys.com or http://inkblotmazes.com

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Maze of Tornado Forming by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of Tornado Forming

forming tornado maze, the twisted and warped maze by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of a twisted and warped time-space.
This maze should be fairly easy for you to solve but if you can't,
then you can find the solution to the twisted and warped maze

Top Eleven Places to download the Twisted and Wraped Maze

  1. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Devian Art
  2. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on TwitPic
  6. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Photobucket
  8. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Saatchi Online
  9. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Live Journal
  10. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Picassa
  11. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Twisted Tornado Maze on Blogger
  13. Tornado Twisted maze again on Blogger (de facto maze)
This maze is to celebrate the Coriolis effect and how it bends and warps space and time to redefine the concept of a straight line. The outward lines converge to a spinning vortex in the middle in a harmonic and majestic fashion. The maze winds through the design with entrances marked by arrows, as seen in the upper left corner, and exits, also marked by arrows, with a location based in the bottom right corner of the image. This maze is fairly trippy to solve and has a difficulty rating of 6.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Awesome Optical Illusion Maze Art

The Electric Maze Optical Illusion

Optical Illusion maze of an off centered electric swirl by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of an off-centered optical illusion of an electrical swirl
If you can't solve this maze, have a look at the Electric Optical Illusion maze solution

Top 10 places to download the Electric Optical Illusion Maze
  1. Electricl Swirl Maze on Devian Art
  2. Electric Swirl off center Maze on Flickr
  3. Electric Swirl Maze TwitPic
  4. Electric swirl Maze On Rossello Damiano
  5. Electric Optical Illusion Maze on Photobucket
  6. Electric Swirl Maze on Saatchi Online
  7. Electric Swirl Maze on Live Journal
  8. Electric Swirl Maze on Picassa
  9. Electric Swirl Maze on Red Bubble
  10. More Optical Illusion Mazes




Rorschach Maze
Rorschach maze art by Yonatan Frimer

What you see in this maze is created by your imagination depending on your personality and mood.
Some see a sun, a moon, a face, a bugs face, a happy bug, and much more.
Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lowe right.
If you find that this maze is a bit to hard for you, you can check out the Maze solution for Rorschach maze

Top 12 Places to download the Rorschach maze
  1. Rorschach Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze Rorschach on Fine Art America
  3. Rorschach Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Maze of Rorschach TwitPic
  6. Rorschach Maze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Maze of Rorschach on Photobucket
  8. Rorschach Maze on Saatchi Online
  9. Rorschach Maze on Live Journal
  10. Rorschach Maze on Picassa
  11. RorschachMaze on Red Bubble
  12. More optical illusion mazes




Swirly Tunnel Optical Illusion Maze

vortext tunnel maze by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a tunnel swirling in various directions and making it harder to solve
Maze begins in the upper left corner and exits in the lower right.
If you get too dizzy and can't solve the maze,
don you worry about all the haze
Just click right here and your problems resolved
Alas the vortex tunnel spinning maze is solved

Top 10 Places to download Vortex Spin Tunnel Maze:

  1. Vortex Spin Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze of Tunnel Vortex Spin on Fine Art America
  3. Vortex Tunnel Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Maze of Tunnel Vortex on TwitPic
  6. Vortex Tunnel Maze Artists Meeting Place
  7. Vortex Tunnel Maze on Saatchi Online
  8. Vortex Tunnel Maze on Picassa
  9. Vortex Spinning Maze on Red Bubble
  10. More Optical Illusion Mazes




Paparazzi Maze Optical Illusion of camera flash.

paparazzi maze art by Yonatan Frimer
This maze was inspired by how I imagine the famous must feel being chased after by flashing cameras
You may not be able to solve the paparazzi problems in the world, but you can solve this maze.
And if you can't solve the maze, you can visit the Paparazzi Maze Solution

Top Twelve Places to Download The Paparazzi Maze
  1. Paparazzi Maze on Devian Art
  2. Paparazzi Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Paparazzi Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Paparazzi Maze on TwitPic
  6. Paparazzi Maze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Paparazzi Maze on Photobucket
  8. Paparazzi Maze on Saatchi Online
  9. Paparazzi Maze on Live Journal
  10. Paparazzi Maze on Picassa
  11. Paparazzi Maze on Red Bubble
  12. More Optical Illusion Mazes

Monday, May 2, 2011

Chaos Maze of Optical Illusion by Yonatan Frimer

Chaos Maze - Optical Illusion
Chaos maze art by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of artists rendition of Chaos mixed with Optical Illusion mantra
If you can't solve this maze, have a look at the Chaos maze solution

Chaos

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Chaos (play /ˈk.ɒs/;[1] Greek: χάος ) in Greek mythology and cosmology referred to a gap or abyss at the beginning of the world, or more generally the initial, formless state of the universe[2] (the antithetical, or possibly complementary, concept was cosmos).

Later uses of the term by philosophers varied over time. In modern English, the word is used in classical studies with the original meaning; in mathematics and science to refer to a very specific kind of unpredictability; and informally to mean a state of confusion.[3] In philosophy, and in popular culture, the word can occur with all three meanings.



Top Twelve Places to Download The Chaos Maze
  1. Chaos Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze Chaos on Fine Art America
  3. Chaos Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Maze of Chaos TwitPic
  6. Chaos Maze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Maze of Chaos on Photobucket
  8. Chaos Maze on Saatchi Online
  9. Chaos Maze on Live Journal
  10. Chaos Maze on Picassa
  11. Chaos Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Chaos Maze on Team Of Monkeys . com
  13. Check out this and other maze on ArtMaze blog on wordpress
  14. Chaos maze on I Dream Of Mazes maze-blog

Thursday, April 28, 2011

‘Lost’ maze revealed in Buckinghamshire

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A ‘lost’ maze has been revealed in the gardens at Cliveden in Buckinghamshire by the National Trust. The maze that disappeared over half a century ago, originally made for Lord Astor in 1894, has been re-created using over 1,000 two metre (six feet six inches) high yew trees.

The fully-fledged maze is based on one that was built for Lord Astor in 1894 but had ceased to be maintained since the mid-1900s.

The new maze, a horticultural project on a scale rarely seen these days, has taken two years to create, using over 1,000 metres of steel edging and 120 tonnes of gravel to produce 500 metres of path over one third of an acre. It is the same size as the world-famous Hampton Court maze.

Lord Astor’s designs for the maze were discovered in National Trust archives in 2005. Apart from a few surviving yew trees that provided the exact location of the maze, little else was known about the original maze.

The two-year project was led by Cliveden’s head gardener Andrew Mudge. He said: “Once we found the old plans in 2005 we just felt compelled to recreate it. It took a lot of research and planning to firstly draw out the plans, and to prepare the ground.

“The maze will take a little while to really establish itself and fill out, but it’s fantastic that people can enjoy it straight away. And don’t worry, you can’t cheat by pushing through the hedges because they are all enclosed by metal railings.

“And because it’s yet to appear on Google Earth, there’s no cheating using mobile phones either, so it’s a real treat for people who want to puzzle their way in and out of the maze.”

Each tree on arrival, weighed approximately 60 kilograms, and four 40 foot long lorries were required to transport them.

Mike Calnan, head of gardens and parks at the National Trust, said: “Mazes provide a perfect opportunity for people to get outdoors and to have fun exploring these rare, but important features from our gardening past. The Cliveden maze will be the most important yew maze the Trust will have restored to date.”

The Maze is a highlight in Cliveden’s ongoing renaissance to return it to its former 19th Century splendour, when the grounds were world famous for their sophisticated planting and landscaping. Other recent developments include the opening up of long lost vistas and footpaths and the re-instatement of historical planting schemes.