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By on July 18, 2010, with 30 Comments  

Old time viewers will probably experience some form of deja vu, but there is no harm repeating good stuff! Even the motive is a little different in today’s photo. So, how would you react if someone was trying to convince you that both of the peacocks in the painting below are exactly the same? I’m not talking about dimensions here, what I’m saying is that both of the peacocks are in the same color. Don’t believe me? Try expanding the solution below. Then you’ll see how this very same image looks like if we remove the background.

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By on July 17, 2010, with 117 Comments  

Maxime Euzière found a pretty interesting spot the object picture, which he decided to share with us. At first I couldn’t see it, so I showed it to few of my internet-friends, and asked if they could point out the illusion. After hearing bunch of childish comments, ones I can’t believe I’m sharing here (“She’s not in the kitchen!”, “Tree is missing a finger“, and like), one person managed to spot an elephant, a dolphin, a duck, a crocodile and two monkeys. Yes, it has been photoshopped, but still good! Maxime added – there is also a beautiful damsel present…

Stop Staring, Find The Animals!

By on July 15, 2010, with 42 Comments  

Pat Toner found this interesting outdoor execution, and thought it would be a great addition to our billboards section! Look at the first photo below. At first everything appears normal, but if you scroll down and see the rest of the gallery, you’ll quickly realize how smart their idea really was! The company behind this produces some hair colorants, and I couldn’t think of a better way to identify natural colors, than with the nature itself! I’m always supporter of great ideas, specially those involving optical illusions! Sadly, I’m never compensated for mentioning these kind of ads, even though many of you brought this up in the comments section. Btw, other were also interested how to submit illusions – I thought the Contact link in the footer was visible enough, but you are always welcome to use our Facebook group if it feels easier…

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By on July 13, 2010, with 48 Comments  

Can you read what it says in the newspaper headline below? Now try and move your head further away from you monitor. Did this help? This ad was recently placed in a publication that shows the best restaurants in the city (Veja Comer E Beber Magazine), and the idea was to simulate the difficultly people have when trying to read some restaurant menus. When they first look at the text from a standard distance, they can’t read the headline. But as soon as they stretch their arms, taking the magazine further away, the message can easily be read. Did this remind you of our Eye Examination Test, by any chance?

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By on July 12, 2010, with 38 Comments  

The Invisible NeptuneJust found this piece in my mailbox, submitted by an anonymous fan. It seems we haven’t heard the last from Sandro Del Prete with our previous mega gallery. Today’s illusion works in a way “What do you see?” illusion worked. Only no sex this time. Some of you will notice the invisible Neptune first, and only later realize there are bunch of see animals instead. Others will see just the opposite.

I think the trend began with Napoleon’s Grave and Invisible Prince mural. Still, it makes one fine optical illusion, but hey – we haven’t expected anything less from great #Sandro Del Prete, haven’t we? Be sure to check the tag to see most of his previous illusory works!

When you’re done, there is another impossible illusion to be found in the poster on your right. How long does it take for you to see it? Looking forward to hear your comments!

By on July 12, 2010, with 74 Comments  

The Tickets Are Now DIAMONDS!Jeez, when it comes to being politically correct, you have to be the strictest audience the world has seen :) Once again I apologize for referring to our lady friends as “chicks” in my previous post. Dunno why would someone find this offensive, since I consider this more of a compliment. Perhaps I haven’t mastered the spirit of English language, yet.

So today’s illusion goes to all of our cutie-pies damsels out there, who make this community a better place to be at. Hope you find this video illusive enough, and I can guarantee that this ad I found on YouTube wasn’t digitally manipulated, except for the part when detergent grows out of man’s hand.

By on July 10, 2010, with 161 Comments  

Now that we’re posting all sorts of real life optical illusions, specially those involving chicks beautiful women, let me show you one of the newest ones floating ’round the net. Can you see what is happening in the photo below? I can assure you there has been no digital manipulation involved. It shouldn’t take you more than a second or two to see what is actually happening. Still, I think it makes one hell of an artistic shot. Agree? Yes or No? Btw, I’ve grouped some gymnastics illusions into one separate group, so be sure to check the #gymnast tag if you’re interested…

Gymnasts Optical Illusion

By on July 9, 2010, with 43 Comments  

I had this one on my drive for some time now, but only recently did it became very popular around the net. Sometimes I have to be governed by masses, and appears masses like this one. I don’t think the effect is stronger than our recent armpit illusion, which was shot in a similar manner, but I hope it will deceive some of you. It appears as if the girl posing in this photo has a very ugly and hairy shoulder, but in reality it’s just some guy’s leg “ruining” the picture. Be sure to check #sexy tag for some better ones!

Sexy Hairy Shoulders Illusion