Face Illusions are some of the most intriguing images out there. They’re wildly popular for their ambiguity which tends to favor two images at the same time. While millions start at the perplexing images, they can’t help but wonder what exactly they’re looking for.
This famous photo below has been circulating the world since 1888. It was first designed as a postcard in Germany for an organization called “The Anchor Buggy Company.” At first, the postcard was shared without any major notice to the hidden image. But somewhere along the lines, people started catching on.
The artist for the illusion was British cartoonist, W.E. Hill. He knew what he was doing but never intended viewers to catch on. After months of silence, he simply carried on with his career as a cartoonist. But once the image started picking up momentum, he had thousands of fans.