How People With Bad Eyesight See The World When They Take Off Their Glasses Illustrated In Oil Paintings
Image Courtesy: Philip Barlow
I have often wondered how the world sees when my best friend removes glasses from people who have had poor eyesight because they have been wearing glasses since childhood. He gets angry with me when I hide his glasses and make fun of him. And he always complains about the difficulties he faces when he doesn’t have glasses. So these paintings are more suitable for you if you are curious to see people wearing glasses or not wearing glasses. The paintings were done by Cape Town artist Philip Barlow, who depicts the struggle with myopia or myopia, one of the most common color defects of the eyes.
Because it is so skillfully depicteding in Philip’s paintings, these people see different shapes and colors than the real images when they remove their glasses. Sometimes, you have seen these people manipulate the objects in front of them or move in the right direction without glasses, but they do so not because they can see but because of familiarity. Just think, you can even find your way upstairs to your room with your eyes closed, right? So, these people also use the same principle. And without glasses, everything around will look exactly as depicted in the photos.
All the traffic lights, car colors look like mere carnage, and people look like cowards in your eyes. And, if you wear glasses and have to walk down the street without them. So, the best advice is, please do not move! Often you get stuck with what is in front of you and cause a lot of trouble. So, take a look at these fantastic illustrations. They are significant to name paintings because they feel real, and I’m sure you all like this one like me!
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