Woman or saxophone player Category: Double Meanings | Added: February 2, 2013 | 5 comments Here we have another well known double meaning black and white optical illusion. In the black part of this image you can see a musician playing what looks like a saxophone while facing right. On the white part it is showing the face of a young woman who appears to be looking straight back at you. Which do you think is the most prominent silhouette showing in this picture? The black saxophone player or the white face of a young woman?
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Comments ( 5 )
Posted by bema on February 19, 2014 i like all of them
Posted by Tamir on February 25, 2014 woman
Posted by nevaeh on October 7, 2014 the white face young women
Posted by Cycan on October 16, 2014 When I first saw it, I saw the saxophone player. No offense but the woman looks....ugly? I guess...
Posted by Scot Morris on September 26, 2015 I believe this image was created by Stanford U. psychologist Roger N. Shepard. It appears on page 76 of his 1990 book "Mind Sights" and is discussed in detail on pps. 139-142. His title is "Sara Nader."
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