Matthias Draxler found this cool rug and forwarded it to us, at Mighty Illusions. You won’t have much trouble spotting the illusion in it, since anything else than strange ambigram is out of the question. Ambigrams are usually words that hold multiple meanings, depending on how you look at them. Often you have to flip the word to see another word or symbol. Anagrams are quite similar, only they provide same meaning in whatever way you look them. Or was it the other way around? I always mixed anagrams and ambigrams. Don’t take it hard on me. I linked some of the words in this article to previous anagram/ambigram optical illusions. So you can easily remember those by following the link. You probably noticed I do this in every post, so nothing new here. Matthias wrote in his email: “I really enjoy your website, and I’d like to submit this cool ambigram doormat I found on the internet. It can be bought in the UK.” You should jump inside this article, and see how this doormat looks when it’s flipped.
I Still haven’t obtained my free iPod from that offer I talked about earlier, but am completing final steps to get it! I’ll report when it arrives. Has anyone got it already? Another thing, I will add few more optical illusions, later today. That’s about it for site news today. Also, those of you who are on Myspace, can download those funny Zwinky’s, and try and create one of their own. I’m struggling to create illusionary one ;) Any tips? Some people just see some smileys when they go there, not exactly sure why. Also, do you know any other service similar to Myspace? Which one is the best? Thanks for your comments!