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The Passion Today
Category: Illusion Art | Added: May 26, 2009 | 30 comments
This remarkable piece by artist Octavio Ocampo illustrates Jesus carrying the cross with Roman soldiers and other figures in the background. The most incredible aspect of this picture is that the combination of all the elements together creates the overall form of Christ's face. It brings a whole new meaning to the term 'Jesus Illusion'.

The Passion Today
Image Credit: Octavio Ocampo

Profiles
Category: Illusion Art | Added: May 26, 2009 | 63 comments
Artist Octavio Ocampo created this piece of artwork of scenery comprised entirely out of face profiles. Can you work out how many different faces there are in this picture overall ? Keep a close eye on the cliffs and the way the water, hills and foreground are seperated.

Profiles
Image Credit: Octavio Ocampo

Family of the General
Category: Illusion Art | Added: May 26, 2009 | 13 comments
This popular piece of work from artist Octavio Ocampo is as much a puzzle as it is an illusion. The piece centers around two people in an archway, the combination of which creates the image of a male's face from the side. There are many different faces in the picture, some are even up in the sky. See if you can find them all.

Family of the General
Image Credit: Octavio Ocampo

Scintillating Grid Illusion
Category: Moving Images | Added: May 26, 2009 | 10 comments
The scintillating grid illusion is very similar to the Hermann grid illusion and was devised in 1994 by E. Lingelbach. Like the Hermann illusion the image consists of a grid of black squares divided by lighter colored lines, however unlike the Hermann illusion this one has white circles already present at the intersections. This time when you stare at the image the white circles appear to have black dots appearing inside them.

Scintillating Grid Illusion
Image Credit: E. Lingelbach

Hermann Grid Illusion
Category: Moving Images | Added: May 26, 2009 | 6 comments
This illusion was first devised in 1870 by Ludimar Hermann, it consists of a series of black squares and interconnecting white lines in a grid formation. When you look at it there appear to be grey dots at the intersections which jump around as you move your eyes over the image.

Hermann Grid Illusion
Image Credit: Ludimar Hermann

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