We previously featured a tessellation pattern from Nikita Prokhorov that was made from the head of a famous rabbit. This time, he has designed a pattern without gaps or overlaps utilizing orange and gray foxes. More of Nikita Prokhorov’s graphic designs can be viewed at Elusive Illusion.
How many legs can you count on the three rabbits below? Does it seem like they aren’t lining up quite right? Malaysian tee shirt designer Flying Mouse (aka Chow Hon Lam) no doubt drew inspiration from Roger Shepard’s impossible elephant (or L’egs-istential Quandary) when creating this design. To view more tee shirt designs or buy [...]
A camel is hiding in this tranquil poolside scene. Can you find it?
The King is hiding somewhere among the following pile of wildlife photos painted by Donald “Rusty” Rust. Can you find him? More of Rusty’s paintings can be viewed on his personal website at Rusty Art.
Something is hiding in this arctic scene created by Gene Levine. Stare at the snowy lower portion of this image to discover what it is. If you give up, or want to check to see if you were right, the solution is provided in the full post.
What do you see in the pencil sketch below? Do you see a bearded elf or two birds in a nest? The artist, Humberto Machado, cites this ambiguous drawing as one of his personal favorites.
Looking at the man on the horse below, can you tell whether he is riding away from you or toward you? Does the dog walking along side of him give you any clues? What do you think? This illusion is very similar to The Photographer that was featured previously. It should be noted, however, that [...]