Allright, not an illusion but either way try to solve this puzzle. Don’t expect any tips from me! Following cube is composed of two parts. If you take the upper part, obviously you will pick up the whole cube, yet the cube can easily be decomposed without breaking it. The answer is simple, just think for a second – [via].
This is the solution as you probably assumed:
The below optical illusion was created by John Pugh, he is an artist that does excellent trompe l’oeil (French for trick the eye) murals. Magazines wrote: “John Pugh’s trompe l’oeil murals are so lifelike they cause mishaps and confusion for the unsuspecting. In 1981, after the completion of his first major project, the mural on Taylor Hall on the CSU, Chico campus, several fender benders occurred because motorists were distracted by what looks like a gaping hole in the building.”
For more Mural Pictures check the original John Pughs homepage.
Beleive it or not, this stroller’s both front wheels are above the ground, it’s just that the shadow fits perfectly and voila! Result: another optical illusion – [via].
As you requested, I bring you more of the amazing Sidewalk Art. Also be sure to check 3D Painted Rooms, 3D Sidewalk Drawings and 3D Sidewalk Drawing no.2! Most of these wonderfull drawings were done by artist called Julian Beever.
If you stare in the black spot for a minute, you will notice all of the color fulffs disappear. This is a rich colored version of Vanishing Haze, and works in a same principle as Disappearing Dots Illusion.
Is it just me, or is this cushin trying to escape the screen and enter my head? Makes me wonder if this is an Illusion or animated picture – you guess ;)
I’m not sure where this bridge can be found, but it’s a wonderfull magic trick. You presume it goes on and on for miles, while in fact it is only 30 feet long! If you open this article, you will see another picture, just shot from different angle… – [via].