This artist's wacky optical illusion photographs have certainly cheered my day.

Optical illusion images are not new. Even before social media, it was common to manipulate perspective to make it appear as if you were pinching the top of the Eiffel Tower or holding the sun in the sky.  

But one photographer has gone viral for taking it to new heights with his quirky graphic creations.

Hugo Suíssas creates amusing optical illusion images by cleverly situating domed ceilings, skyscrapers, and other objects.  

They are not only visually appealing, but they also tell interesting stories and offer new meaning to architectural icons (and deserve to be included in our list of the top optical illusions).

Suíssas, a Portuguese artist, repositions everyday things, parts of them, or even his hands in unconventional locations

As a result, we perceive landmarks and street furniture as something else entirely.

The roof of a stadium transforms into an Apple Magic Mouse (with a more accessible charging port), the dome of Galeries Lafayette into an umbrella, a lighthouse into a spray can, and handrails on a flight of stairs become chop forks.  

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