One of these Coke cans is not like the others. Can you spot the odd one out?
The artist behind these hyperrealist drawings is Howard Lee, a multidisciplinary artist from England who specializes in "illusion, trickery and playful deception."
What's great about Lee's work is that it's not just outstanding for each piece's stunning detail. It's also a great example of ephemeral art that's best experienced through interaction. That's why Lee presents his finished drawings in a video format.
In the video above, Lee reveals which of the cans is real with a mere swipe, though many of his other works that ask you to identify which object is real or fake take a much more destructive route.
Can't tell which egg is real? No worries, the hammer reveals all:
Same goes for this tomato, which undoubtedly made a great pasta sauce after the fact:
Hammers aren't the only bludgeoning tool at Lee's disposal, though. Sometimes all you need is a trusty butcher's knife!
In addition to offering up a slew of mind-boggling "which object is real?" challenges, Lee also creates clever clips featuring iconic characters from movies like "Reservoir Dogs" and "Star Wars." One particularly clever video, titled "Star Wars: The Drawing Strikes Back!" involves a battle between Darth Vader and Lee's finger:
But movies aren't the only pop culture mediums that Lee draws inspiration from. One of his most imaginative works is a nod to "Drawing Hands," a 1948 lithograph by Dutch artist M.C. Escher. The contemporary remake (below) is gorgeous, but it really throws you for a loop at the end!