This work of art by famous modern artist Roy Lichtenstein is an oldie, but still a goodie worth sharing. The sculpture, entitled “House”, was constructed in 1999 and stands as one of the artist’s most popular optical illusion works. Currently on display in the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The House appears to be an outward facing home, but is actually constructed as an inward facing structure – and here’s where the triply part comes in – as you move around it, the fun, cartoon-like facade appears to rotate or change in perspective viewed from a different angle. Thankfully for video, you can appreciate the work’s most celebrated characteristic without having to visit it in person, but we hope you’ll make the trip out anyways so you can *Truly* appreciate House in all its optical illusion-style glory. Thanks to abun, Johnathan Boarini, bushcap, ultraultraboomerang and Ed Uthman on Flickr.com for the above photos, and to Hawknose Harlequin for the video.