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By on March 30, 2006, with 31 Comments

See this fine lady looking through a window in her room? I belevie she isn’taware that if you look at her from the distance, you will notice see she’s the part of a Lincoln’s face! Try it.. just slowly move away from this picture and the effect will come by it self. This wonderfull painting is done by a true artist, Salvador Dali.

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  • david

    Yeah I would also prefer the title of the artwork, and maybe even a link to where I can buy the poster. And for those interested the piece is called

    Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean (a.k.a Lincoln in Dalivision)

    you can find your own link to buy the poster.

  • Andrew

    I tried it, but I can still only see the naked woman.

    • becky

      I see a women and two faces at the botton

    • Victor

      Zoom out a lot and you’ll see it

  • Chocolate pie

    You can’t see Lincoln?

  • kristen

    WHERE DO YA GET THIS GREAT ART WORK its amazing and i can see lincon

  • a person

    eh. it was just okay. i saw it, but i wasn’t very amazed.

  • rich

    This is a painting by a very well known artist named Salvidor Dali. I have one of the print in my home.

  • T

    ok, this is exsquisite art, but lincoln was VERY pixelated, and not that great… naked woman is HOT tho… I think it is good to express opinions in posts like these tho.

  • meeow =^_^=

    it’s ok

  • blah

    I don’t think he tried to make it look like Lincoln, he only tried to make you belive he tried to make it look like Lincoln.

  • Gala

    This picture is in the Dalí museum in Figueres, Spain, and to see lincoln properly you have to do it through a special lense that they have in the museum just in front of the picture. If you ever go to spain check out that museum, but get there two hours or three before 6 pm, because otherwise you won’t get see it all.

  • SpellBee

    Neat. But was Salvador doing it on purpose? Or was it a mistake? I doubt it was a mistake though.

  • daingtwins

    If you can’t see it and you wear glasses, take them off…it becomes easier to see.

  • Anonymous

    salvador dali es mi pintor favorito suckas!!! well, he is. love it

  • Anonymous

    that was sorta…disturbing…

  • tiago

    funny… by “censoring” a picture you get a naked woman..hah

  • Anonymous

    oh! that’s what they mean by speaking out of your ass. (For those that are less intelligent, not that there’s anything wrong with that, lincoln’s mouth is the woman’s butt.

  • Glenn

    Dude I saw that in real life
    so cool
    thanks for reliving a memory

  • Anonymous

    interesting that people are using the word pixelization. this painting was done in 1976. does anyone know if that word was in use at the time? i have a feeling not, but i could be wrong. i haven’t seen the original, as Gala has, but you can use your mobile phone camera to give the same lens effect. for those who are saying ho hum, please remember this was done before the personal computer, digital cameras, or the internet. oh, and it’s PAINT.

  • Anonymous

    Its really cool, but at fist, I didnt get it, so i thought it was sort of wierd.

  • Anonymous

    it’s easier 2 c him in the 2nd pic

  • MnM s

    i only see a gils ….well you know..


    The Picture is him the girls hair is like the shadow of his eye if you scroll up and down fast you can kinda see

  • midurs

    thats the wierdest illusion ive ever seen
    in my intire life

  • rocker

    you idiots you should move 3-4 mts away to see the illusion

  • Peter

    This art can be found in the Dali museum in Barcelona, Spain. In fact when you stand like 20 meters away from it, you can’t see lincoln.

    But when you look at the photo you take from the painting, you get the point. (Or you can pay 2 euro’s to watch the painting thru mirrored binuculars..)

  • teelab

    It is the picture of abram lincoln

  • Pikachu .-.


  • Marion

    I was just at the Dali museum yesterday. Learned another trick with this painting. If you look at the painting by holding your sunglasses up and seeing the reflection in the front of the lense (not looking throught the lense) Lincoln is very very distinct! Not pixelated at all. It blew me away! Being Florida all the docents had people do it. It was when I said wow Dali was truly a genius!

  • Marion Perbles

    The Salvador Dali museum in St Pete sells posters online of many of his works.