One of my favorite things that was shown to me during my elementary age years was an optical illusion. It was the very famous Rubin Vase (pictured below) which you can see in either two ways - as a vase or as two faces that are facing each other.
Can You Make It Through This Post Without Your Brain Melting?
Silhouette by Alexander Khokhlov Artist and photographer Alexander Khokhlov took this brilliant photo entitled “Silhouette”, as a part of the project “Weird Beauty”. Model is Alexandra Romanova and make-up artist is Valeriya Kutsan.
I started to think more about line and tone. I want to possibly have a continuation of dream drawings machine/hand embroidered spiralling across a large piece of material. I haven't yet thought about what sort of background/layers I would want, if any.
Multiple Exposure Series by Simone Primo. I like these pictures because they cleverly join two pictures together. Because the pictures are in the shape of a person, the picture inside could be representing emotions/feelings.