Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens showing his creative skills. A masterpiece created by use of metal wires alone.
Collection of Visual, Scary And Funny Illusions
Optical Illusion Art» A collection of Optical Illusion Art
Optical Illusion Art or Opt Art is a genre based on mathematics that presents optical illusions. To produce these types of illusions, the patterns of moiré are created with the help of the repetition of form and color. Many of the opt art images are painted in black and white color only and the viewer who tries to understand these images will only see hidden images, three-dimensional forms, movement, foreground or background confusion and other stimulation.
Can you see the face in shadow created by this strainer?
This optical illusion was submitted by Nancy Hill.
Julian Beever is the superb artist who created this unbelievable painting. He is so famous for his street paintings that people are left mesmerized after seeing his superb work.
What do you see in the illusion below? A horse only? or a frog only? Mostly people see horse but if you see it with concentration, you can also see a frog
The creator of this picture is unknown, if anyone knows it please let us know.
This optical illusion was submitted by Markin.
Ant-like insects move in all directions in an illustration of the illusory motion variety.
This optical illusion was submitted by Mark Grenier.
So what do your see? The horizontal grey bar is made of two colors? Check again by covering the background and just seeing the grey bar.
The horizontal grey bar is of the same color throughout, you see the difference because of the difference in background. Amazing??
Do you see all these red-orange lines parallel/perpendicular to each other? If not see closely, all these lines are perfectly parallel/prependicular ( horizontal and vertical) but due to the background, they dont look so.
One more masterpiece by Humberto Machado. So what do you see in this? A face or an Elf in the bird’s nest or just the two birds?
This optical illusion was submitted by Humberto Machado.
In 1939, psychologist William Orbison described the Orbison illusion. The inner square appears to be distorted due to the radiating lines. But actually its a perfect square.
In this illusion, one of the blue lines appear to be shorter than the other one. The left side one seems bigger but actually they both are of exactly the same length.
- 3D Chalk Drawings
- 3D Optical Illusion
- After Images
- Ambiguous Optical Illusions
- Cognitive Gestalt Effects
- Color Adapting
- Disappearing Effect
- Funny Optical Illusions
- Geometrical Illusion
- Hand Painted Illusions
- Hidden Illusions
- Illusion Artists
- Impossible Objects
- Jesus Optical Illusions
- Kids Optical Illusions
- Motion Aftereffects
- Moving Optical Illusions
- Multiple Meanings
- Optical Illusion Art
- Optical Illusion Pictures
- Optical Illusion Videos
- Perceptual Transparency
- Ponzo Illusions
- Scary Optical Illusions
- Seemingly Bent
- Shape and Size Optical Illusions
- User Submitted
- Visual Optical Illusions
- Sphere Factor
- North Star – Art in the Orchard
- A Hole New Dimension
- Which Side Are The Dots Rotating?
- Spot The Error
- Somewhere Written by Metal Wires
- Strainer Face
- Blue Color Bulging Illusion
- La Elefanto
- Scary House Illusion - 994 votes
- Scary Family Picture - 617 votes
- Very Scary Girl Picture - 400 votes
- Face or hands? Optical Illusions - 388 votes
- Scary Eyes Illusion - 338 votes
- Horse Optical Illusion - 317 votes
- Moving Text Optical Illusions - 317 votes
- Jesus – New Optical Illusions - 307 votes
- Count Cubes Illusion - 283 votes
- Painting Or Reality - 264 votes