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This painting by Russian artist Victor Molev shows a collection of papers (some whole and some torn) in the foreground and a sailing ship in the background. The papers in the center of the image come together in such a way that they form a hidden portrait of Vladimir Vysotzkiy, a Russian singer-songwriter, poet, and […]
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff is a university located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The school was founded in 1873 and is the second oldest public institution in the state of Arkansas. It has an enrollment of over 2,500 undergraduates and 100 graduates. The school’s mascot is the Golden Lion and their logo is […]
I have always been a big fan of István Orosz’s illustrations, and today’s optical illusion is no exception. If you look at this very detailed illustration that contains two men standing among trees with bags hanging from their shoulders, you may also notice something else. Do you see it? The hidden image is easier to […]
In honor of Memorial Day today, I thought I would post an optical illusion related to the armed forces. This poster was released by the Navy SEALs for a promotional campaign. The bottom of the poster asks “do you have what it takes?” Unless you have been trained to spot camouflaged troops, you will likely […]
Russian born artist Victor Molev is a painter a graphic artist currently living in Ontario, Canada. He previously worked as both an architect and a theater set painter. In his painting below, titled Mona Lisa (Water), seven fish jumping out of the water come together to form an image that resembles a portrait of Mona […]