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Optical Illusions

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Double Dutch

This illusion will teach you what Van Gogh was trying to do with his Starry Night painting

Dave Richardson - Google+

I'm only a shadow of myself.




Elena Shcherbakova - Google+



this floor is perfectly flat..


There should be 11 faces on this picture. Average people see 4-6, sensible 8-10. The best see all 11, schizophrenics and paranoids 12 and more. And you?

  • Vagobond World Travel
    Vagobond World Travel

    I remember this one from way back when I was a kid. My grandmother gave me a copy of it. Thanks.

  • Jessica PoPo
    Jessica PoPo

    All 12

Can you see the younger couple within the older couple, either side of the vase?

Mask Of Love. Can you see the two faces kissing?

Optical Illusion: Perfectly round circles

Do you see a young woman or an older woman with a large nose?

So funny!


Op Art - Art History 101 Basics

Optical Illusion - 3D effect

If at a normal viewing distance if you see Marilyn then you need glasses or an eyetest.

The viewer (test person) sees a picture representing a Venetian mask and is asked if he/she notices something special in it. A surprising number don’t notice that the main features of the mask are actually composed of two distinct faces: a man and a woman kissing one another.

Compare the upside-down face on the left of the lower figure with the upright face on the right. The upside-down version looks much thinner, – altogether a longer shaped face than the upright version. Of course the pictures are identical. This illusion illustrates the internal features of the face, (eyes, nose, mouth) can distort our perception of face shape.

This demonstrates that what you hear can depend upon what you see.

Look at this figure upside down and you will see it's amazingly clever and funny

Kate Winslet in a stunning optical illusion dress.

underwater optical illusion