Face in the trees: an illusion. I have been called a wordsmith. I have been called a word merchant. I usually refer to myself as a used word salesman. But, basically, all of us who write are magicians who use words to deal in illusions. It’s... Read more
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"Rubin Vase. This is one of the most famous optical illusions that exists. There are two things that you can see in this image ... In black you can see two faces looking directly at one another. In white, you can see an interesting curved vase."
It is confusing because my mind gets two different pictures, a woman facing straight forward, and woman who is facing the side. The body functions of the face are perfectly lined up to give the illusion of both side and frontal part of the face.
Two Face Two-Face is a super-villain obsessed with duality, who fights Batman on a regular basis. His psychosis leads him to believe that there is no objective morality, and everything is ruled by chance; he carries a scarred double-sided coin to make all of his decisions. This makes him highly unpredictable as a criminal mastermind. In his civilian identity he was Harvey Dent, Gotham City's district attorney until mobster Sal Maroni ruined half of his face with a bottle of acid during…