At the core of this project is the opportunity to challenge the impossible. Influenced by the Penrose triangle, an “impossible” design that originated in the artwork of M.C. Escher and Oscar Reutersvärd. The geometric illusion is seen as impossibility in its purest form. The composition when viewed from a precise vantage point doubles as a rewarding composition and an intellectually challenging optical illusion. As strange as it may seem, the composition simultaneously evokes a sense of both gratitude when you get that the pieces snap together into a 3-dimensional form and humorous confusion when you understand that the form is physically impossible.