Face off illusion


Everyone and their dog has sent me this wonderful vision of the face on – profile illusion.  It is wonderful!

20 comments on “Face off illusion

  1. And no credit to the photographer. Shame on you.

  2. Martha says:

    Do more people see the profile first or the full-on face?

  3. Jon88 says:

    I saw the profile first. In fact, I had to work a little to see the full-on face — the nose is an obstacle.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I saw the profile.

  5. dayuntoday says:

    I saw it full-face first…and he’s much better-looking that way. 🙂

  6. Charles Sullivan says:

    This is making me dizzy.

  7. Peter says:

    Surely, there is some photoshop in play here: aside from the added eyebrow and eyelash to the cut-out, that nostril is either in profile or that man has an unusually wide nose. Does it count as an illusion if it’s photoshopped?

    • Emlyn says:

      Why wouldn’t it?

    • Vince says:

      Or it’s GIMPed if your cool. 😛

    • deepfield says:

      Of course it is photoshoped (meaning it has been created on a computer from real pictures through digital manipulation, though not necessarily with Photoshop). There is no intention of passing it as the unaltered picture of a half-faced guy. And of course it is an illusion, and a great one: there is no requirement in the definition of optical illusion to be a photograph of a real subject (or object), and most aren’t.

  8. L.Long says:

    To who ever did it–great work!!!!
    Saw the full on 1st-then the profile then got dizzy trying to see the full on face again–but no luck.

  9. susame says:

    i see both, switched, it never stands still! a moving picture, whow! smart

  10. Anonymous says:

    it is shit

  11. dengabrsy says:

    wow I fell suprice about this begicher

  12. Anonymous says:

    I like to buy a full HD picture if I can?

  13. Anonymous says:

    amessing image to look at!

  14. gulwaiz alwi says:

    I like it the most and wanr to learn how make

  15. 5stargeneral says:

    l saw the full face when l look at the eyes, but the profile when l look at the nose.

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