These 29 Optical Illusions Made My Head Spin

These 29 optical illusions were designed to play tricks on your brain. Check them out.

01. Floorless Elevator

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02. Hole In The Floor

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03. Bathroom Tunnel

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04. Grass Raindrop

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05. People Or Chess Pieces

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06. Dice

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07. Spiraling Snake

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08. 12 Arrows

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09. Front Or Backwards Facing Letters

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10. Steps

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11. Blue Lines

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12. Ship On Paper

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13. Crazy Pound Sign

14. Wooden Box

15. Ships Or Arches

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16. Buildings

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17. Sinking Rug

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18. Convex And Concave

19. Pyramid Pillar

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20. Courtyard Or Terrace

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21. Headless Polar Bear

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22. Animals

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23. Day And Night

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24. Which Direction Does This Building Face?

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25. Bottle Sticking Out Of Truck

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26. Sketch Book

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27. Corner House Illusion

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28. Glass Dome

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29. Wobbling Plaid

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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