These incredible sketches by self-taught Dutch artist Ramon Bruin will blow your mind.
Using just a pencil, a few sheets of paper and a carefully placed camera he creates drawings that almost float in mid-air.
Bruin said: "The art I make is what I like to call optical illusionism.
"It appears the drawings are 3D and actually leap off the page. It's of course all opticial illusions."
Bruin uses a number of methods to create the necessary perspective needed to create the effect.
He said: "The main thing about my art is they are photographs of drawings. It's all about the photograph.
"I draw out of perspective and when I'm done I take a photograph from one particular angle and the whole image appears to leap off the page. It can only be seen on the photograph - you can't see it live.
"I also draw on multiple sheets of paper, placing papers on an angle, adding props like pencils or myself."Suggest a correction