The images displayed below show the works of a Hungarian anamorphic artist, Sándor Vámos, as named on his Instagram page. The Hungary-based artist does 3D styles of drawings. His drawings convey the impression that the images are jumping or lifting off the drawing plane. His substantial understanding of perspective and angles make it easy for him to communicate this optical illusion to the viewers’ eyes. He does this by shading cleverly having the viewers’ perspective in mind.
Looking at some of his works displayed here, you can see that they look like real objects whose photo was taken in the air before hitting the drawing plane.
At first, when you one of the images showing a little house on the white paper, it looks like it was carved with paper and placed on the paper.
See some of his work below.