Cafe Wall Illusion Category: Shape and Color | Added: November 7, 2009 | 11 comments This cafe found in Bristol at the bottom of St Michael's Hill features an elaborate wall design. The black and white pattern uses straight horizontal lines however to the observer the lines appear to the bent.
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Comments ( 11 )
Posted by lolage on January 21, 2013 thats not that cool its not as good as the circle one ha ha yolo xxxxx
Posted by liam on May 21, 2010 mate thats in melbourne, australia
Posted by Hawks :) on October 22, 2010 I love seeing this building on the train on my way to the footy to see the mighty hawks play at the 'G' in MELBOURNE!, Australia! :D
Posted by draven on February 3, 2011 awsom
Posted by jasmi on April 30, 2011 that's pretty impressive!
Posted by aswagg on January 16, 2012 If you move up and down with the scroll it looks so cool(:
Posted by rowro on February 14, 2012 pretty sure that the mechanics institute in melb not a cafe. who ever hear of a 9 storey cafe???
Posted by KalaAzurehowl on March 17, 2012 if you can double-cross your eyes and look sideways, you can clearly see thay are stright lines LOL
Posted by may on March 19, 2012 looked bent. now i see it straight
Posted by kathryn on August 31, 2012 IT LOOKS SO WEIRD
Posted by birch please on December 27, 2012 duck this short
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