Squares A & B are the same shades. This optical illusion was created by Edward H. Adelson, Professor of Vision Science at MIT.
Winner of 2 gold & 1 silver award at the 2004 Clio awards, these ads used combined words to make images.
So what do you make out of this one? Hint: see the shape in between the pillars.
Is this window seen from above or seen from below?
Are they walking on the wall?
Is she wearing spectacles?
Here is another great optical illusion photo of a Lufthansa 747-400 & a United Airlines 757-200 which were on simultaneous approaches to runways 28L & 28R at San Francisco. As per the separation requirement for flying parallel & simultaneous approaches is 225 meters (738 feet). But due to the fact that Lufthansa 747 being three times larger than the 757 plane & being slightly behind the other plane created this incredible optical illusion but as a matter of fact these two aircraft were at a safe distance while approaching.
Double words illusions:
When you see the image of love in mirror its changed into something opposite.
The word reflection of "Teach" is "Learn".
Yellow area reads as "Optical" while the colored area reads as "Illusion".
Brown area reads as "Me" while the colored area read as "You".
Print Ads Using Illusions.
Art From Above.
Bubble Gum Walls.
Upside Down Houses.
Luxury Buses: Travel In Comfort.
The Most Flexible People In The World.