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Description Presented here is a vast gallery of many different forms of Optical Illusions. Whether these optical illusions are conveyed through fractals, photographs, architecture, art, or old fashioned pen and ink, they are bound to remind you that "seeing is not believing."

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An Individual is More than the Sum of His/Her Parts

This provides the viewer with so many illusions.

The puzzle illusion, at first glance this might be a slide puzzle. Move the pieces around to create the whole.

It also brings to (my) mind a book title by the comedian Alan King, "Help! I’m a Prisoner in a Chinese Bakery". OK this person isn't in a Chinese bakery, but he does seem as if he might be trapped inside something and all we get are glances of him when he bumps up against the glass.

Since this is art it is better interpreted by each of you.

I guess we are more than the sum of our parts.

I found this interesting creation on Euian's site. He experimented with a scanner and put this piece of art together. Apparently he was conducting a poll and nude pictures were topping the request list. He says the following about this piece.

These are the results of my scanned body parts. I do have to blur a body part, I'm not that exhibitionist . If these pictures are inappropriate somebody has to tell me. Can this count as a nude picture? which is currently the highest score in my survey posted here, I am hoping to post more drawings than a nude picture.
Euian this is an interesting compilation you put together. Well Done!


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