Double Meaning Pictures

This set of pictures was submitted both by Bradley Melton and user called Alfonso. Jump inside this article for full set. Bradley also posted explnations. I know I spoilt you with cool real world illusions, but here and then I have to post true classics. Hope you like them! Here we go:

In black you can read the word GOOD, in white the word EVIL (inside each black letter is a white letter). It’s all very physiological too, because it visualize the concept that good can’t exist without evil (or the absence of good is evil ).

The word TEACH reflects as LEARN.

Can you see why this painting is called optical illusion ? You may not see it at first, but the white spaces read the word optical, the blue landscape reads the word illusion. See for yourself !

In brown you can read ME, and when you look through you can read YOU.

60 Replies to “Double Meaning Pictures”

  1. These are pretty sweet how if you chang the perspective of things your mind sees something that can be completely different.

  2. wow. they all mean the opposite thing though, dont they, but one cant exist without each other, and not just in the good/evil one. well, exept for the optical illusion one

  3. Excellent images and excellent artists! These images – oxymoronic, if you will – are cleverly conceived and wonderfully rendered!! I’d argue these arereal world since they’ve been created by real people. So, no need to be concerned for our being “spoilt!”

  4. seen them all, but still love them….classics like these never get old! theyre some of my favorite types! who cares if theyre not hard? i mean, really people!

  5. It’s true that in black you can read the word GOOD, in white the word EVIL (inside each black letter is a white letter). But it’s all very practical, too, not physiological, because it visualizes the concept that good cannot exist without the possibility of evil, and even what we thought was good may have evil in it which we did not realize. It also is possible good may be done with wrong motives which are evil. But good can and does exist without evil. That’s what we know about God, who is completely good. What significance would you attach to the colour of each word?

  6. ‘and (a) user named’, ‘expl(a)nations’, ‘all very psychological’ (physiological would mean that it has to do with physical mechanics, and being electronic images, there is no physiological aspect, unless you want to think of the physical hard drive they are stored on, also ‘because it visualize(s)’
    protips for non-english speaking bloggers

  7. The good/evil thing is my fav. I’ve seen it in an email before and love it. Gave it to my teacher too. (He’s a philosopher) I got brownie points for it. :)

  8. really sorry if this is too dirty, but the perverted part of my mind just thought of something:

    that last picture brings new meaning to the phrase “YOU ARE INSIDE ME”!!!!!!!!!

    xD that is quality right there.

  9. These images can be seen in more than one way. Either a large image is assembled from smaller objects, or the image as a whole can show multiple things. For example, all-time favorites are people who look like a skull from a distance.

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