The Blommers/Schumm optical illusion portraits make you work to see what pictures hide beyond the mirage. In order to be able to view the portraits you must either move away from your computer screen or tilt your head at an awkward angle.
The repeated black and white-lined pictures are severely disorienting to stare at. However, behind all those disturbing lines that cause your eyes to cross, there are hidden fashion photos. The easiest one to see is the one of a young man poised on a chair in a bulky red suit.
The Blommers/Schumm optical illusion portraits were created specifically for Hector Magazine. As a warning, these photos should not be viewed on a full stomach or for long amounts of time. They may cause you to question your reality.
The Bloomers/Schumm Optical Illusion Portraits are Trippy
1. Optical Illusion Portraits - Exploring the use of optical illusions in portraits to create unique and disorienting viewing experiences.
2. Hidden Fashion Photography - Incorporating hidden fashion photos within optical illusion portraits for an interactive and surprising element.
3. Disruptive Perception Manipulation - Utilizing optical illusions to challenge viewers' perception and question their reality in visual media.
1. Art and Photography - Opportunities for artists and photographers to experiment with optical illusions and hidden elements in their work for a captivating and engaging audience experience.
2. Fashion and Apparel - Incorporating hidden fashion photography within optical illusion portraits can create unique marketing campaigns and visual storytelling techniques for fashion brands.
3. Digital Media and Entertainment - Exploring the use of optical illusions in digital media and entertainment content to create immersive and mind-bending experiences for users.