posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 10:55 AM
reply to post by prepared4truth
It really isn't all that "deep"...not in the literal sense, and not in the metaphysical, either.
It's a not-so-particularly-well-made example of what people with some time, and intent, and an entrepreneurial bent, can accomplish.
The center part, with the three parallelograms? You perceive it as a "cube" because you want to...it has that appearance that you're familiar
with, since most of what we encounter is in three dimensions...so it translates into "3-D" in your mind.
Without the benefit of perspective and shadow...and the slight "depth" (the height of the wheat stalks) it would just be a "drawing" of three
identical shapes, arranged as shown.
The other "lines" are just set decorations...to make it look more "impressive".
Really, it is quite amateurish when examined closely. THIS, however, is far more impressive...and it was done by a human too:
Tricks of perspective are very powerful effects....