Browsing archives for 'Hidden Objects'
Many organizations incorporate some sort of optical illusion or other deceptive element into the very logos that they build their identity around. For example, did you know that the FedEx logo includes a hidden graphical message? The white space between the E and the X is an arrow pointing to the right. This arrow is […]
Oleg Shupliak is a talented Ukrainian painter that specializes in double meaning or hidden image paintings. In the example below, a man paints a scene of a cozy cottage on a canvas as he kneels between two trees. The entire scene also happens to make up a larger image of a man’s face. Among other […]
We have featured a number of works from Italian author and artist Gianni Sarcone in the past. One of my favorite works by Sarcone is the following image title “The Other Face of Paris”. Upon first glance, it is a photograph of a woman holding an umbrella while standing underneath the Eiffel Tower. But can […]