Multiple meaning illusions are probably my favorite illusions. I love to see images that are actually two different things. They’re like hidden object illusions, but just a tad cooler, in my opinion. I found a pretty great multiple meaning illusion this morning too! Check out the soldier illusion below…
The soldier wearing a helmet was the first thing that popped out in this image to me. But, if you look again, you can probably spot why this is a multiple meaning illusion.
It’s not actually a picture of a soldier’s face. It’s actually a picture of a person bending over creating a soldier illusion. The creases in his pants make the eyes and mouth of the soldier, the arms make the back of the head, and his derriere forms the soldier’s helmet. Pretty cool!
Now, before anyone gets all offended, I do not mean any disrespect to our soldiers here! I am about as patriotic as you can get and fully support our troops. I even come from a military family, with my father being a captain in the Army. So, know that I don’t mean any disrespect at all; I just thought it was a pretty nifty illusion.
If you liked this soldier illusion, be sure to check out this penguin and president illusion too!
It’s summer time, and that means beach time! There are all sorts of fun things you can do at the beach, like build sand castles, splash in the surf, and hunt for buried treasure. But, the beach is also great for something else too—photo ops! I ran across this awesome sand faces illusion this morning and really wanted to share with you…
Recreating your own funky sand faces illusion is pretty easy too. Just draw some faces in the sand and position your bodies over them, so your heads’ shadows fall on them. Bam! Instant creepy and weird faces! And, a pretty awesome photo!
We’re planning a trip to the beach this summer, and I’m definitely thinking about trying this out. Anyone else?
If you liked this funky faces illusion, be sure to check out this shadow with eyes too!
SO, who here has a dirty mind? I’m almost ashamed to admit it, but me. I do. I have a dirty mind. There, I said it! Today’s dirty mind illusion might just be offensive to some, so if you’re easily offended, You might just wanna stop reading right now.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
There’s still time to leave.
Okay, you asked for it…
And, there you have it! A nice little dirty mind illusion to start your day!
Relax, though. This is a clean site, and we don’t post dirty pictures of lady bits ’round these parts. Look again. It’s just a tree.
Not such an exciting picture now, is it?
Wanna see another dirty mind illusion? Check out these dirty mind illusions or take a peek at this naked lady!
I have probably the laziest cat on the face of the planet. She lays around, sleeps, and eats—and that’s about it. So, as one would imagine, she’s a pretty chunky little cuss. The only time I’ve ever seen her run is when food hits her bowl. The fact that she’s also a fluffy long haired cat also doesn’t do much for her figure. She actually reminds me a lot of this cat cat running…
Now, THIS guy… he’s going somewhere with a purpose! The way the photo was taken, though, makes it look like he’s hovering! Perfect timing! In reality, however, I’d be willing to bet someone just poured food in his bowl…
If you liked this fat cat running illusion, you’ll definitely wanna check out this floating dogs illusion!
Drawn optical illusions have always fascinated me. It takes a certain talent to create any sort of art, but optical illusion art takes some massive talent! I posted a lined paper drawing illusion or two in the past, and I ran across another one today that I wanted to share…
I’m not sure if these little stick people are struggling to escape into the paper or out of the paper in this lined paper drawing illusion. Either way, it’s still pretty adorable! Since the lines of the lined paper were drawn on with pencil, it was also probably a little easier to create this illusion than if it were drawn in regular lined paper.
I really wish I had artistic talent like this!
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Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads out there! (And to some of you moms who pull double duty as both mom and dad.) In honor of all of those awesome hardworking dads out there, I searched around for an image fitting of a father optical illusion.
And, I think I found a great one! Check it out…
It’s a floating baby! Well, she’s not really floating, I guess. It looks more like dad is making her float with the hairdryer!
Of course is just a perfectly posed photo, but it still makes for a sweet father optical illusion. This one photo is actually part of a series of photos like this. You can check them all out here.
If you liked this father optical illusion, head over and check out this father and son illusion!
Tattoos have been around for centuries. Tattoos in ancient civilizations were used as spiritual, religious, and cultural symbols. Although tattoos for decorative purposes did exist, it hasn’t been until recently that tattoos have been primarily decorative. Today, tattoos are considered an art form in their own right. People get tattoos that are meaningful but also beautiful. Some people even choose tattoos based on looks alone. This tattoo optical illusion might have been just that…
Anyone looking at this tattoo optical illusion will most likely see a man’s face first. However, look a little closer and you can clearly see that this tattoo is actually a clever optical illusion. The man’s face is really a mermaid. Take a look at his mustache, for instance, which is really his tail. The eye on the right is actually a fish, and the man’s chin is formed by the mermaid’s tail.
I have three tattoos so far, one which was just recently added a couple of weeks ago, but I have yet to get inked with an optical illusion. That might be my next tattoo, though.
Would you ever get a tattoo optical illusion? What about something like this creepy throat tattoo?
Family photos are the perfect way to preserve precious memories. Professionally shot posed family photos are nice, but it’s always the more fun and informal candid shots that I love the most. I have lots of really great and fun family photos in my home, ranging from pretty normal to downright strange! But it’s those strange ones that will continue to bring us the most joy in the years to come. Surprisingly, though, I haven’t ever taken a good illusion family photo!
Maybe that’s something I’ll work toward this year. I have a few ideas in mind, but I love this island photo and might try to shoot for something like this…
What do you think? Would you display an illusion family photo like this in your home? It’s such a perfectly posed photo and it really does look like the two little girls are lifting the island. I’d call this a pretty lucky shot too, since it must have taken a lot of shots to get those little ones to pose just right long enough to take a photo!