Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Maze Book Review, Mazes To Amaze by Yonatan Frimer

Yonatan Frimer's latest book, "Mazes To Amaze" by Tarquin Publications is an a-maze-ing journey though a range of optical illusion art that always starts in the upper left corners, and ends in the lower right. As you find your way through the illusion, your mind melts away all other occupying thoughts and allows the user to transcend to a different reality in which only finding the way through the maze is what needs to be focused upon. This elaborate distraction is ideal for all ages and boggles the mind in a way that enables you to enjoy both an optical illusion, and a maze. Have fun.

Enjoy the U Maze and remember to just try again if you get stuck.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Mazes to Amaze, the latest book of mazes by Yonatan Frimer, Tarquin Publications

When it comes to maze art, no one is better than Yonatan Frimer. His latest book, by tarquin publications, highlights his ability to create incredible mazes that are either optical illusions, cartoons, comics, letters, chemical symbols, table of elements, math equations, hilarious funnies and many other random mazes. You can find the book at http://www.tarquingroup.com/product.php?SKU_Code=1977

Monday, July 25, 2011

Awesome mazes of all types.

Maze of Gilad Shalit Wearing Uniform and Rifle
Maze of Gilad Shalit - Kidnapped Israeli Soldier by hamas Maze of Gilad Shalit wearing Uniform and Rifle
Maze of Gilad Shalit wearing Uniform and Rifle

Click here to Download these Images of Gilad Shalit in High resolution PDF

Cartoon maze on sniper sanctions against Iran fuel imports
maze cartoon of sniper sanctions on Iran
Maze cartoon of snipers aiming a big gun marked USA/Iran sanctions as they take aim at the gasoline imports. Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here for the maze solution of sniper sanctions on Iran

Cartoon Maze: Not the size of the boat... By Yonatan Frimer

Not the size of the maze, its the motion of the pen

Maze cartoon of Bibi Netanyahu and PM Erdogan in the mens room, sizing each other up. Erdogan has a scronful look on his face and defends, "It's not the size of the boat, it's the motion of the ocean" Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here for the maze solution.

Super Trippy Optical Illusion spinning maze

Chaos Maze

Maze Museum 2006
international maze of a museum
Mazeum, by Yonatan Frimer

Happiness, that grand mistress of the ceremonies in the dance of life, impels us through all its mazes and meanderings, but leads none of us by the same route.

Charles Caleb Colton quotes (English sportsman and writer, 1780-1832)

Maze Kong - Ink on Paper

Maze Kong

CLICK on any maze to view, print and enjoy. Free.
- Only at TeamOfMonkeys.com -

April Showers Bring Maze Flowersclick me!My MAZErotti does 185

Hallucamazenic Maze-A-Delic - Ink On Paper, Winter 2006, by Y. Frimer

Maze A Delical mazes

Maze of a a field of mushrooms

Saturday, June 11, 2011

The Frimer Coriolis Maze

Coriolis Effect Maze - Tornado Forming

forming tornado maze, the twisted and warped maze by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of a twisted and warped time-space.
This maze should be fairly easy for you to solve but if you can't,
then you can find the solution to the twisted and warped maze

Top four-teen places to download the Twisted and Wraped Maze

  1. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Devian Art
  2. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on TwitPic
  6. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Photobucket
  8. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Saatchi Online
  9. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Live Journal
  10. Tornado Twisted and WarpedMaze on Picassa
  11. Tornado Twisted and Warped Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Twisted Tornado Maze on Blogger
  13. Tornado Twisted maze again on Blogger (de facto maze)
  14. Another blog of this coriolis effect maze
The Coriolis effect is a strange phenomenon of our globe shaped planet. As objects are hurled at speed toward the north or south, their trajectory bends as the projectile flies because the earth's rotation gives every atom of our world and existing speed which alternates with latitude. This maze celebrates and draws inpiration from this concept and illustrates the formation of a tornado.

one cool thing about teh Coriolis effect, it is reversed when you cross the equator. Bathtubs and sinks and toilets swirl the opposite direction in the southern hemisphere as they do in the northern hemisphere. And if you were on an airplane and ran the sink as the plane crossed the equator, it would stop swirling at some point and then start swirling the opposite direction. WILD!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Chaos Maze of Optical Illusion by Yonatan Frimer

Chaos Maze - Optical Illusion
Chaos maze art by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of artists rendition of Chaos mixed with Optical Illusion mantra
If you can't solve this maze, have a look at the Chaos maze solution


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Chaos (play /ˈk.ɒs/;[1] Greek: χάος ) in Greek mythology and cosmology referred to a gap or abyss at the beginning of the world, or more generally the initial, formless state of the universe[2] (the antithetical, or possibly complementary, concept was cosmos).

Later uses of the term by philosophers varied over time. In modern English, the word is used in classical studies with the original meaning; in mathematics and science to refer to a very specific kind of unpredictability; and informally to mean a state of confusion.[3] In philosophy, and in popular culture, the word can occur with all three meanings.

Top Twelve Places to Download The Chaos Maze
  1. Chaos Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze Chaos on Fine Art America
  3. Chaos Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Maze of Chaos TwitPic
  6. Chaos Maze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Maze of Chaos on Photobucket
  8. Chaos Maze on Saatchi Online
  9. Chaos Maze on Live Journal
  10. Chaos Maze on Picassa
  11. Chaos Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Chaos Maze on Team Of Monkeys . com
  13. Check out this and other maze on ArtMaze blog on wordpress
  14. Chaos maze on I Dream Of Mazes maze-blog

Thursday, April 28, 2011

‘Lost’ maze revealed in Buckinghamshire

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A ‘lost’ maze has been revealed in the gardens at Cliveden in Buckinghamshire by the National Trust. The maze that disappeared over half a century ago, originally made for Lord Astor in 1894, has been re-created using over 1,000 two metre (six feet six inches) high yew trees.

The fully-fledged maze is based on one that was built for Lord Astor in 1894 but had ceased to be maintained since the mid-1900s.

The new maze, a horticultural project on a scale rarely seen these days, has taken two years to create, using over 1,000 metres of steel edging and 120 tonnes of gravel to produce 500 metres of path over one third of an acre. It is the same size as the world-famous Hampton Court maze.

Lord Astor’s designs for the maze were discovered in National Trust archives in 2005. Apart from a few surviving yew trees that provided the exact location of the maze, little else was known about the original maze.

The two-year project was led by Cliveden’s head gardener Andrew Mudge. He said: “Once we found the old plans in 2005 we just felt compelled to recreate it. It took a lot of research and planning to firstly draw out the plans, and to prepare the ground.

“The maze will take a little while to really establish itself and fill out, but it’s fantastic that people can enjoy it straight away. And don’t worry, you can’t cheat by pushing through the hedges because they are all enclosed by metal railings.

“And because it’s yet to appear on Google Earth, there’s no cheating using mobile phones either, so it’s a real treat for people who want to puzzle their way in and out of the maze.”

Each tree on arrival, weighed approximately 60 kilograms, and four 40 foot long lorries were required to transport them.

Mike Calnan, head of gardens and parks at the National Trust, said: “Mazes provide a perfect opportunity for people to get outdoors and to have fun exploring these rare, but important features from our gardening past. The Cliveden maze will be the most important yew maze the Trust will have restored to date.”

The Maze is a highlight in Cliveden’s ongoing renaissance to return it to its former 19th Century splendour, when the grounds were world famous for their sophisticated planting and landscaping. Other recent developments include the opening up of long lost vistas and footpaths and the re-instatement of historical planting schemes.