Good and Evil by John Langdon

Ambiguous 26 April 2017 0 Comments

This oil painting, created by John Langdon more than a decade ago in 2006, features two different interpretations.  At first glance, this is a painting of a man’s face with very big ears.  If you look closely, you may also see two different words incorporated into this ambiguous painting.  The man’s ears and eyes can be interpreted to form the word “GOOD” (with the eyes forming the two 0’s).  At the same time, his eyes (forming the upper-case letter E), nose, mouth, and chin form the word “EVIL” in a completely different direction.

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