Category: Afterimages | Date Added: June 4, 2009 | 27 comment(s) This antique afterimage illusion is based on the skull of Yorick that is exhumed as part of Shakespeare's Hamlet. The idea is that by staring at the cross at the center of the image for 30 seconds and then glancing at a light colored surface you can see the skull image or 'Ghost of Yorick' in front of your very eyes.
Category: 3D Illusions | Date Added: June 3, 2009 | 5 comment(s) This 3d floor illusion was created by Kurt Wenner at the National Museum of Singapore. It depicts Iskander, the last king of Singapore in the 14th century.
Category: 3D Illusions | Date Added: June 3, 2009 | 9 comment(s) An anamorphic 3d chalk drawing of a band playing with a marine theme, the band appars to be bursting out of the pavement along with a number of lobsters and fish.
Category: 3D Illusions | Date Added: June 3, 2009 | 11 comment(s) A julian Beever chalk drawing of a crate and bottle of beer as part of a promotional campaign. In this one you can see the instructions for where to stand on the ground when viewing the image for the best effect.
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