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light switches

Another Monday, another work week. Yee haw… After a relaxing weekend, I’m sure y’all need a little something to get that brain in gear again. Today’s image is less of an optical illusion and more of a puzzle. A light switch puzzle to be exact. Take a look at the image below. Believe it or […]

matchstick puzzle

I haven’t posted a brainteaser on here in a little while, have I. This morning, I woke up with matchstick puzzles on my mind for some reason. I’m odd, I know. Maybe I dreamed about them, or maybe I’m just meant to post a matchstick puzzle today. Maybe my decision will set a series of […]

Key illusion test

I know this is an optical illusion website, but I have a bit of a puzzle for you guys this morning. It’s a simple little key puzzle, but it’s fun nonetheless. All you have to do is tell me which keyhole this key fits into. This key puzzle may seem easy, but it’s a little […]

It’s been a long time since last time we featured one our “Spot the animal” puzzles. At one point in time, Gardner’s hidden animals over-populated this blog so much, they started popping out with each “Random illusion” button click. I swore to myself then, I’m done with them forever. Don’t get me wrong – there […]

I just had to share this sweet chocolate animation with you guys! I know that missing piece puzzle was recycled so many times by now, but I’m sure you’ll admit it’s fun to see something so simple yet so amazing. If I were a food company, I’d apply this principle immediately to generate some extra […]

Here’s one that has me puzzled for days! Even though we successfully cracked both the Mad Professor and Irish Leprechauns puzzle, I can’t seem to understand how this one works. As a reminder, these sort of vintage puzzles were quite popular back in the old days. They originally came sliced in multiple pieces, and could be put together in different ways, where each setup […]

As seen on Deceptology blog, company called Quaker Oats published an interesting advertising booklet way back in 1895. This vintage booklet contained 25 nursery rhymes, but more importantly there was a DIY optical illusion puzzle printed on its front cover. Might be interesting to know this item is now sold as vintage collectable (also known […]

If you ask yourself why I have decided to feature some “ordinary vintage photos” on an optical illusions blog, think again. Work below is just a fraction of Spanish artist Paco Pomet’s portfolio. If you inspect the photos more closely, you’ll soon realize they’re in fact stunning oil paintings that are “just” a reproductions of […]