Volkswagon Beetle Yin Yang Optical Illusion



Happy Monday to everyone, and I hope you all had a great weekend! Another Monday, another work week, I suppose. It never ends, does it?

This morning, I have a cute VW Beetle yin yang optical illusion for you…
yin yang car

I actually don’t know much about this yin yang optical illusion besides what I can see with my own eyes. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that this is a sculpture. Obviously, this sculpture is created using two Volkswagon beetle cars, one black and one white. The two cars share a set of tires, and bear a striking resemblance to the yin and yang symbol, hence the title of today’s post—Volkswagon Beetle yin yang optical illusion sculpture.

If anyone else knows anything about this VW Beetle yin yang optical illusion sculpture, please let us know in the comments below. I always like to hear more information about the illusions that I post every day, especially the back stories. And, as always, love it or hate it, take a moment to rate it below!

If you liked this Volkswagon Beetle yin yang optical illusion sculpture, make sure you head over and check out Neil Dawson’s “Horizons” sculpture as well!

One Reply to “Volkswagon Beetle Yin Yang Optical Illusion”

  1. I saw it in São Paulo, Brazil last month in an expo called INVENTO in the “Oca”. It’s called O Bem e o Mal Entendido (hard to say it in English, something like “the good and the misunderstood”), the artist Jarbas Lopes and you can see it here: https://catracalivre.com.br/sp/agenda/gratis/oca-do-parque-ibirapuera-recebe-exposicao-invento-as-revolucoes-que-nos-inventaram/# and here: http://www.galerialuisastrina.com.br/artistas/jarba-lopes/

    This is my picture:

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