The painstakingly balanced chairs and tables are actually balanced, there is no trick there, and the alcohol is carefully measured into the bottles to counterbalance the pieces.
Anamorphic sculptures are also one of his favourite arts. As a viewer, as you move around the objects, at one specific point they all align to reveal their true subject. And this is usually a set of Pop Culture cartoon characters like The Simpsons;
or the main protagonists from South Park. In the case of Tom & Jerry or Cat & Mouse, there is an added level of complexity as each of these objects that creates the scene, represents the tools that the cartoon characters try kill each other with, in the Tv series, such as; a gun, a knife, a bomb and so on.
His warped, extended musical instrument series also play with your sense of perspective. The first of these instruments was finished in 2001 while he was still a student in Goldsmiths College.
And there is a really creepy stretched skull that Hans Holbein The Younger included in his iconic painting "The Ambassadors."