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Vintage Ad Browser Old Movies, Black and White Movies — Free at Mind-Blowing Optical Illusions, Part 6 "QUANTUM SHOT" #869 Link - article by Avi Abrams "Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you may still exist, but you have ceased to live." --Mark Twain We are continuing our popular "Optical Illusions" series with this extensive compilation of visual puzzles and treats. Enjoy your eyes fooled and your mind played with - and remember (here is another quote that we like): "The soul has illusions as the bird has wings: it is supported by them" --Victor Hugo We start with the classic M. (image credit: Erik Johansson) Isometric 3-D illusions inside a parking lot This is the work by Axel Peemoeller inside the Eureka Tower in Melbourne: the deceptively simple optical-typographical illusions, similar to the work of Swiss artist Felice Varini (mentioned in our previous issues): (images via) Spice up your garage doors with these tongue-in-cheek stickers Make your neighbours REALLY jealous: Add some substance to your bumper sticker "My other car is a jet" - Deceptive Colors (images via)

Incredible Optical Illusions, Part 5 "QUANTUM SHOT" #868 Link - article by Avi Abrams "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." --Albert Einstein In view of this well-known quote... constructing optical illusions, carefully arranging trick-perspective sculptures and painting three-dimensional illusory street canvases becomes the only respectable, true-to-life and "realistic" occupation left to any thoughtful artist and thinker in this bizarre world of ours. Being always fascinated by such exploits and attracted by the "twisted mirrors" of the realm of the Unreal, we present to you our fifth installment in this highly popular DRB series - with more to come in the near future. We start with a recursive Painting Illusion, also called the Droste effect (first used back in 1320, by Italian painter Giotto di Bondone): (original unknown) Here is a wonderful shadow illusion, that has been recently put together from various pieces of luggage at an airport for a TAM Airlines promotion: (image via) (image via)