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Unsettling & beautiful. Optical illusion -- a couple...or a skull?

Great series of paintings by British artist Tom French. “French’s acrylic works often depict couples in seemingly amorous relationships that create the optical illusion of a skull, pieces that walk the line between beautiful and unsettling.

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Which of these two double-headed illusions do you think is best? Vote your choice by commenting below. In each image, which face did you see first? Face forward or face to the side?

Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits. Snowy mountain peaks and thick forests become the shaggy fur of wolves and foxes, and even the northern lights appear through the silhouette of a polar bear. Lie is undoubtedly influenced by his surroundings in Bergen, Norway, a coastal city surrounded by seven mountains.

Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits. Lie is undoubtedly influenced by his surroundings in Bergen, Norway, a coastal city surrounded by seven mountains.

Usually it's the double exposure photographers that try to combine animals and their surroundings. Not so with Sam Larson!

Portland-based artist, Sam Larson has created minimal, black and white illustrations that combine elements of wild landscapes and animals into hybrid

Pen & Ink Depictions of Trees Sprouting into Animals by Alfred Basha

Pen & Ink Depictions of Trees Sprouting into Animals by Alfred Basha - love the bear. am now definitely thinking of tattoo ideas involving this.