Each day before publishing fresh optical illusion, and writing according article, I go through the process of allowing/rejecting previous day’s comments. When I see my last post receiving 60 or more comments, I feel great and get highly motivated in creating new material. Yesterday’s post received an interesting and simple comment I’d like to point out. User called Dantheman wrote: “Great site. You keep up the good work, and I’ll keep telling everyone I know about it.” Hey, this in praxis could be applied generally – I’ll make sure to post regular, fresh and interesting illusions, and you keep sharing this site with your closest friends. Do we have a deal, or not? The easiest way to share this site with your friends is through the “Members” section. You login (bottom of the sidebar), and invite your friends. You select which email contacts you want to include, and send invitations. Simple as that. And now for my part, new optical illusion:
The Black Lips band (which I never heard of…) engaged in the magic-eye thing (I pity the fool who doesn’t call them stereograms… in fact this isn’t stereogram at all!) for the cover of their new album. Below is the cover for their 200 Million Thousand, which features the hidden face hidden in vertical lines. The optical illusion should be easier to see if the cover shrinks (widget thumbnail!), but when it is viewed in full-size, you have to force yourself to go cross-eyed to see the face.