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Title says it all. Help me “see this one” – if you look at the image from sides, narrow your eyes, or simply step away from your monitor, silhouette of a famous person wil appear. I’m just not sure if it’s Benjamin Franklin or George Washington or someone third… Previously I posted simmilar illusion of Einstein which can be found in Celebreties Category, along with other simmilar ones posted at the bottom of the Spot The Object Category.


Benjamin Franklin or George Washington?

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107 Responses
  1. Mike says:

    I can see eyes and nose but no detail. But one thing I did notice is cleavage. I don’t think it’s george.

  2. fxer says:

    Not sure who it is, by those flaps hanging off his collar I would think he is older than washington/franklin, but i’m not sure. Perhaps Isaac Newton?

  3. meh says:

    not sure…

  4. Tha G says:

    Huh ?

  5. Magesx says:

    Neither.

  6. Black Rabbit says:

    It looks like Cotton Mather. Google him.

  7. Kazy says:

    I think it is George Washington

  8. Paper says:

    George Washington

  9. Fivrik says:

    Benjamin Franklin

  10. Jess says:

    i have no idea!!!

  11. Moonica says:

    I see a clown…

  12. Seba 719 says:

    I think its George Franklin or Benjamin Washington

  13. easy money says:

    personaly it looks like a seal with a wig on

  14. Broccoli says:

    Doesn’t look like any of them

  15. I stand corrected says:

    Isaac Newton. Or one of those krazy english science guys. It’s definitley not Mr. Franklin or Mr. Washington, whoever they are.

  16. dea says:

    i didnt see either of them but my friend did

  17. kristen says:

    PRETTY sure its george

  18. Kathy says:

    I think it may be John Adams. But Isaac Newton is a good guess too.

  19. Antoine says:

    it looks like washington’s face with the body of franklin

  20. jeff says:

    i think its batoven

  21. cha cha says:

    i thought it was a woman…..

  22. Chelsea Farting says:

    It looks like me!

  23. Red says:

    To me, it looks like the Mad Hatter out of Alice in Wonderland.

  24. 'lizabet' says:

    i t’ink it looks like bach!

  25. go eagles says:

    actually, being from PA i’m pretty sure its William Penn.
    Who is the founder of Pennsylvania ( it means Penn’s woods). the reason you can see much detail is because there isn’t much, Penn was a quaker who were very simple people.

  26. Salt & Pepa says:

    A body like arnold with a denzel face

  27. taleah says:

    i donno but it just looks weird to me!

  28. acdcanne says:

    its jerry garcia

  29. meeow =^_^= says:

    looks like George to me

  30. k says:

    actually to me it looks like a woman – those collar flaps could be seen as bare skin and where they come apart as cleavage – just my interpretation anyway.

  31. Manda says:

    no question, it was washinton dressed as a woman lol j/k

  32. Samii says:

    Its Susan B Anthony…

  33. bob says:

    Its George …. I saw him right away

  34. Anonymous says:

    I can see the whole face i sware to god its John Adams

  35. Anonymous says:

    i can see the whole figure its john adams

  36. pinky says:

    It is TOTALLY the Mona Lisa!!!

  37. pinky says:

    Hey, Black rabbit. you are right! I googled Cotton Mather, and it is totally him, like the part that looks like cleavage

  38. Anonymous says:

    its neither….it is john adams

  39. Anonymous says:

    Voldemort? Hmm…

  40. Anonymous says:

    It’s Johannes Sebastian Bach.

  41. Anonymous says:

    it is definetly ben franklin, in that famous $100 bill pose.

  42. Anonymous says:

    It is Cotton Mather, good guess black rabbit

  43. greg says:

    looks like george washington

  44. qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm says:

    B. Franklin w/ white ‘fro

  45. Anonymous says:

    George Washington the trick is that when you are to close to the screen you wont see it you must move make and there is George Wahington. And I am only 11! :-)

  46. LER says:

    Looks like a Puritan preacher…maybe Jonathan Edwards

  47. Anonymous says:

    If any of you have a Mac,… Expose’ with just this window open. You see the dude alot better. Not Wash or Frank. Definitely 18th century though.

  48. Anonymous says:

    it looks like J.S. Bach to me

  49. Steven says:

    Its both, clearly if your very close you can see ben franklen but if you back up about 3 feet you can see washingtons hair.

  50. Steven says:

    Yeah its clearly both of them… duh!

  51. Anonymous says:

    JS Bach

  52. Anonymous says:

    mike u r dumbass there is no cleavage

  53. Anonymous says:

    Yes the person in the illusion above does look a lot like Cotton Mather if you look at the images of him on google. He wears those white flap things around his neck on every picture you see of him aswell.

  54. Anonymous says:

    IT’S A FREAKIN BOOB YOU IDIOTS!!!!!

  55. Anonymous says:

    On a very loosely related tangent.
    The band “Cotton Mather” is one of my very favorites.

  56. Anonymous says:

    william shakespear

  57. Anonymous says:

    looks like the guy on the Quaker oats box

  58. Anonymous says:

    I can see the bloke but I’m british so I have’nt got a bloody clue.

  59. Grant says:

    im 100% sure its George. The face outline, the eye shape, the nose shape, the mouse angle and shape, the wig shape, they all match. The one thing I don’t know is the clothes he’s wearing, but clothes can be changed, face stays the same. I thought it might be Ben, but the face outline and many other characteristics don’t match.
    and I don’t even have to say its not Cotton Mather or Newton.

  60. Grant says:

    im 100% sure its George. The face outline, the eye shape, the nose shape, the mouse angle and shape, the wig shape, they all match. The one thing I don’t know is the clothes he’s wearing, but clothes can be changed, face stays the same. I thought it might be Ben, but the face outline and many other characteristics don’t match.
    and I don’t even have to say its not Cotton Mather or Newton.

  61. Kirsty says:

    im going 2 hav to go with a third…and im not sure but it looks more like ben to me than george….so if its not a third i think its def. ben franklin! =)

  62. Anonymous says:

    im sorry but u are all wrong it is defenatly albert einstein sorry you are the weakest link

  63. me!!! says:

    i think its benny!

  64. Anonymous says:

    Whistler’s mother, lol.

  65. Anonymous says:

    its actually … the elephant man

  66. Mattia says:

    it is apsolutely george washington. just look at how his face looks at you.

  67. Anonymous says:

    I see Albert Einstein!

  68. Matt T says:

    It’s Bach; undeniably.

  69. Anonymous says:

    the flaps on the collars means he’s a man of religous rank, i also see a mustache so i dont think it was either of them

  70. Anonymous says:

    black rabbit is right its Cotton Mather i wrote about him in my college history class

  71. Anonymous says:

    looks like chuck norris

  72. i*is*awesome says:

    it looks like ur mom

  73. coco and moi-moi says:

    lol! we’re nearsighted! :D we stepped away and just saw an orange-ish square!! :D xD

  74. julie says:

    its def geroge

  75. Anonymous says:

    If you zoom out as much as possible you see a carpet with squares

  76. **~**AAAQueen**~** says:

    Go eagles is right, William Penn didn’t have much details in his face. He was a simple quaker who, as he said founded Pennsilvania, or Penn’s woods. I learned it from a video our fifth grade teacher showed us.
    But this could be anybody.0:)

  77. Anonymous says:

    Isaac Newton!!!!!!!!
    It’s neither of those patriotic guys.

  78. shibaperson3 says:

    idk…. pretty fuzzy…

  79. MnM69 says:

    If u look at it from the top-down it does look like an old lady.

  80. Anonymous says:

    it’s Bach! duh!!

  81. Anonymous says:

    Is George Washingtong

  82. Garythesnail says:

    I don’t see any famous people.

  83. illusionspoiler says:

    Benjamin Washington –or– George Franklin?

  84. Lai-Lai says:

    It looks like that fat actor who played Oscar Wilde.

  85. tyler says:

    its the mona lisa

  86. vickers says:

    omg quaker oats guy!!

  87. Federico Hosiasson says:

    its a mutant baby

  88. liam says:

    looks like a dog in a hoodie.

  89. unknown says:

    It can be anybody from the nineteenth centuries
    Americans tend to see the president
    (and also because the title says so)
    and really, people, learn ur history
    in Shakespeare’s and Bach’s time they didn’t have lace collars!
    and yeah, it does look a lil bit like the Quaker Oats guy

    • Jeremy says:

      Lace was around since the 15th century, and so even if they weren’t common until later, lace collars could have been around since then. And even so, it’s art. It doesn’t necessarily have to be realistic. And The nineteenth century sounds a little late to me.

  90. random says:

    it is geoorge washington

  91. bray says:

    Little Old Ladt

  92. Unicorn Face says:

    i see a small little fat man with buck teeth and poodle hair…

  93. Epic says:

    I see George washintons face but with ben franklins hair!!!!! WIERD!!!!

  94. Hi says:

    i think its George

  95. MossCow says:

    Another vote for Cotton Mather.

  96. Grace says:

    Bach. 

  97. emily says:

    looks like cuck norris

  98. Pepper says:

    George Washington

  99. whi yhou' need tu kno says:

    Ben Franklin

  100. David Crouch says:

    This is Edward Jenner, the creator of the first inoculation against smallpox (using the cowpox bacillus). EXACT Photo at http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/70/10070-004-197FAC5C.jpg
    And from Wikipedia –
    Edward Anthony Jenner (17 May 1749 – 26 January 1823) was an English scientist who studied his natural surroundings in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. Jenner is widely credited as the pioneer of smallpox vaccine, and is sometimes referred to as the “Father of Immunology”; his works have been said to have “saved more lives than the work of any other man”.

  101. bilg baller 23 says:

    its gaddafi

  102. Danielle says:

    no one else commented. that’s so sad.

  103. Michael says:

    It’s John Baptiste De La Salle.

  104. tadchem says:

    The collar is distinctive: 17th to early 18th century protestant clerics wore this.
    John Wesley-type, but not him. Cotton Mather, perhaps, or John Cotton.

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