I am a fan of ‘sleevefaces’ like this…..

and this

and so a few years ago I created my own using The Skeptic Magazine….

and yesterday @EmmaKGreening sent me this great example….

Which is your favourite?


  1. I like bottom to top, in that order.

    The cat wasn’t the best illusion but I like it best because it is random. A human can hold the photo there all day making adjustments here and there to angles and perspective and taking dozens of photos until it’s just right but the cat owner had to be quick on the draw (or lucky) with the camera to get that one. Second is the good Dr himself. Almost perfect match but that’s to be expected as you could probably even be wearing the very same shirt as before (and the head/shoulder geometry would be exact) Third is Elvis. The pose is exact, the shirt colour is bang-on and the only issue I have is with the tie which seems to change colour slightly. Last is the first photo (I’m not familiar with the artist) The pose is off (the arm doesn’t appear in the photo therefore the photo should have been held differently, the shirt doesn’t match (the red detail from the photo cuts off abruptly) and the head is just a bit too small IMHO.

  2. Sorry it has to be the cat- the others are great and actually better composed but the cat wins because of how difficult it would be to capture – unless they stapled cat to food bag and then it’s a big NO! From me!

  3. it has to be Richard, favourite author and favourite book mentioned on cover, never seen sleeve faces before gonna try some out hee hee

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