New Games & Ladder Illusion


Hollydays are closing in, and since I believe it’s the time of giving and sharing, I made you a little present today! For all of you using Macs, be sure to get newest games in our Mac Games section. I added Fizzball – add-on to the most popular game on planet called Professor Fizzwizzle. I also added another one called Rage Of Magic 2! Be sure to check them out here. As it wouldn’t be fair for PC users (like me) to feel left out, I present them two popular games as well! First one is Chicken Invaders 3, and the second one is called Believe in Santa. They are both great, so play them and you will see. They can both be found in PC Games section.

Now let’s go on with todays illusion! Michael Ciuffo, author of the Laser Cup, created another original and quality optical illusion. He submitted it recently, with info: “This is Michael Ciuffo again (I did the Laser Cup Illusion a while back) and I’ve got another one for ya! Attached is a “anti gravity” illusion that I did recently.” Looks like original anty gravity illusion inspires many of us to be creative. Thanks Michael!

  • me

    obviously he’s turned the camera 90 degrees, but still, very well done. i like this guy’s illusions. the coolest thing about them is that really anyone could do them if they wanted, but he’s amazing at it. more please?

  • Anonymous

    Very nice and creative

  • Anonymous

    thats really neat how he turned the camara. it looks cool both ways.Neat illusion

  • Aurora

    Wow…. this is one awesome illusion! I had to really think about this one to get it.

  • Anonymous

    The guy NEXT to the ladder really had me going! Good job. Bet that took a lot of strength to “stand” on tip toes on the ladder and support your body weight on one hand to snap the pic.

  • Sheridan

    I don’t think I could support my angled body with one hand and make it look so casual!!

  • Anonymous

    how can you do that? just turn your camera 90 degrees?? its pretty cool!

  • Paula

    I think its awesome how its done, and how he’s reaching for the bottle. I like the person in the background, adds a really nice touch! :) Tres bien Michael Ciuffo!!!

  • Anonymous

    wow thats awesome

  • Foxx

    It is obviosly a mossy wall, and they have stuck everything else onto it. Hehe…

  • Anonymous

    Nice simple illusion, but the girl’s hair gives it away,
    You can see it being pulled by gravity

  • Anonymous

    he turned the camera and he is upside down, the brick is the wall

  • T

    hiya, I love thi illusion, so simple but done so proffessionally that it really works. I also loved the lazer cup. keep meaning to try and find my own illusions to post… there is an artist who places faces in her images, if that doesn’t work, type Josephine Wall into a search and she’ll be there. not every painting has faces, but its one of her trademark styles.

  • Anonymous

    :) I like it but you can clearly see that it’s tipped 90 degrees by the way the girls hair is floating in mid air and also the way that the guys pants and shirt are drooping foward toward the “grassy wall”. And then you can clearly see that the guys hand is pressed against the grass, which is what is supporting him in the picture. I like it, but I would have worn tightish jeans and pinned my hair back.

  • Anonymous

    foxx you are so wroung who would spend that much time making a wall

  • Anonymous

    Hahahaha! Hey! That’s just like something I did a while ago

  • Anonymous

    this is a great illusion but the car in the backround gives the whole thing away.

  • Anonymous

    It Had me Going until I saw the Car in the Background. Otherwise its pretty cool.

  • Deanna

    Wow, very creative! I probably wouldn’t have the patience to do that. Tres cool!

  • Anonymous

    if your going to do this illusion move the car in the background because that catches my eye

  • Anonymous

    if you want proof of the camera turning theroy, look at the car in the background

  • Anonymous

    Note the car in the background.

  • Optamist

    Who knows, maybe the car in the background just fell from the sky and landed perfectly straight as they took the picture! The person was climbing on a really mossy wall trying to get it all off! And they had a brick floor! Could happen

  • C’mon guys

    why is everyone getting so worked up that they turned the camera… no DUH, i mean i don’t mean to be rude but you’re missing the point, they weren’t trying to foll you they just though it looked really neat. and by the way it does, great job keep it up!

  • C’mon guys

    why is everyone getting so worked up that they turned the camera… no DUH, i mean i don’t mean to be rude but you’re missing the point, they weren’t trying to foll you they just though it looked really neat. and by the way it does, great job keep it up!

  • Anonymous

    its cool and all but really… you can obviously tell because of the car and trashcan and such in the backround. But good idea.

  • Niki

    That took me a long time to figure out!!! I’m so sleepy right now…

    Anyway, it’s a very cool illusion and- *yawn* -very creative. Keep it up!

  • Anonymous

    why is there a pause in the point where you post a comment and it is visible? 3 beople (including me) just said the same thing in a row.

  • Fernando

    hahaha. very funny and smart i think.

  • Anonymous

    Hair floating? She could be having a bad hair day…Cmon!

    Pants and shirt being pulled? He might like using a lot of starch in his washer, and then he just let them sit in the dryer while he was drawing this thing up… Cmon!

    Move the car? That’s what makes it so “anti gravity”..Cmon!

    Hand flat against the wall? You never put your hand flat against the wall for any reason what so ever?…Cmon!


  • Anonymous

    I thought the enlarged photograph of the car, pasted to the background made the illusion even better. Same with the girl’s hair, which is gelled to look like it is falling from gravity, and his pants too, which are starched to look like they are being pulled down by gravity. The illusion is nearly perfect.

  • Anonymous

    this reminds me of a Don Rosa comic, a matter of some gravity :D

  • ladder

    must…climb…to ground…

  • good job :)

  • MArio

    I think the idea was to make a cool looking picture, not try and trick people. It’s obvious and a very cool picture… not every illusion is meant to decieve you

  • Pepper

    that’s awesone

  • at 1st i thought the guy will climb the wall like spider man haha^_^ then when i saw the car i new it was fake -_-

  • Abob

    Easy enough tht u could do it at home, but still awesome. His son is lying down, looking at the ball, the father has gotten a ladder and propped it at a low angle against the wall and is on it backwards. His has is supporting him, making sure he doesn’t fall

  • Hannah K

    Well this isnt very hard to make im 13 and ive dont this many times.. all u do is put the bottom of the ladder on the wall and have a person lay down with their feet firmly on the wall…. then take the photo sideways… ive done it b4 its not hard and its fun to do at parties to trick people

  • Annie

    I’ve done that off a 3 story building from a windowsill to a balcony rail much further away. I’ve made it look more casual. Also i knew it was fake because the car was sideways ;)

  • Annie

    oh and it looks funny when you look at it the opposite way, looks like hes going up a ladder backwards & like a dog XD

  • OR! he look a normal picture and then put it on the computer and turned the picture on the computer, that would make even more since!


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