Chinese artist creates visual illusion using utility pole

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    For more: A video by Chinese artist Huang Yao creating an optical illusion using an electricity pole has gone viral. Using 3D drawing techniques, he painted part of the pole to make it look transparent as if allowing for an unobstructed view of the fields in the background.

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