Dain Fagerholm is an artist/illustrator from Seattle who creates stereographic drawings of creatures that look like they've jumped from the pages of 'Where The Wild Things Are' or Matt Groening's "Life in Hell".

What's stereography? It's an image display technique achieved by quickly alternating display of left and right sides of a stereogram to make it look like it's 3D. Web-stars like Dain do this by creating a few frames in .gif format.

So, grab your favorite mood-altering substance, partake, then sit back and enjoy. This is like our generation's "Magic Eye". Who needs Netflix!

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