Batman vs. Penguin

Ambiguous, Upside Down 9 May 2012 1 Comment

This illustration by graphic designer Simon C Page presents a portrait of the caped crusader, Batman, in black.  Can you also locate  Batman’s arch nemesis, the Penguin?

Batman vs Penguin by Simon C Page

Continue reading this article for the solution.  You might be surprised at how easy it is to find him.

The Penguin can be found in Batman’s negative space (the yellow part of the illustration).  It is easier to see if the image is turned upside down.  See below:

Batman vs Penguin by Simon C Page

This illustration is part of Simon C Page’s Hero and Villain series.  His clever use of the negative space allows both figures to coexist in the same space.  Depending on how you look at this ambiguous image, you will either see Batman or the Penguin.  Did you see them both right away?

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One Response on “Batman vs. Penguin”

  1. paracina says:

    right side up and up-side down…

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