Here's a clever art installation by artist Markus Raetz. As the two paper chandeliers spin, the light source from behind mimics a ghost head turning its head from side to side. The paper is specifically cut to create the illusion of motion from the invisible head. As you can watch in full below.
The famous Toblerone logo is hiding something, can you see it? The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn high mountain symbolizing the town of its origin as well as the fact that bears like to roam to higher elevations for fresher air
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Yes there is a message hidden here, can you read it. The best way is to tilt the screen and look up from below (easier on a phone or tablet. For those who would like a little help click here.
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Another remarkable animation from the guys over at bees & bombs. It is possible to see this as an inverted image if you concentrate hard enough. A good way to do this is to scroll the page so you can only see half the image.
Which circle on the right matches the one in the center of the grid? Click on the picture for the answer.
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