Stereograms are 3D images hidden within another picture. In order to view the 3D images, simply stare at the picture until the image starts to take shape.

Can You See The Hidden Image?

The home of Magic Eye Inc., creators of the world-wide stereogram craze of the

"The Forest Has Eyes" The Art of Bev Doolittle encompasses the whimsical, the mystical and the spiritual, and her own unique camouflage concepts. These themes are interwoven within the complete body of her work and each reveals a different aspect of the artist herself. Her style is characterized by meticulous realism, unsparing attention to detail and an extraordinary talent for drawing.

The Owl And The Coffee Cup: A Crafty Caffeine Creation (With The Help Of Some Hula Hoops) (PICTURE)

"The Forest Has Eyes," Bev Doolittle- the rocks and waterfalls seen close up appear as the faces of Native Americans when viewed from a distance

Hidden Pictures for Kids - Find hidden images in the picture!

Hidden Pictures for Kids - Find hidden images in the picture! Site also has Color by Number, Connect the Dots, Crossword Puzzles, Mazes, and more!

HIDDEN PICTURES SLIPPED IN SHEET PROTECTORS. USE DRY ERASE MARKER TO FIND! (SLIP IN CARDBOARD FOR HARD SURFACE) Image detail for -Click the image for a printable page.

HIDDEN PICTURES SLIPPED IN SHEET PROTECTORS. USE DRY ERASE MARKER TO FIND! (SLIP IN CARDBOARD FOR HARD SURFACE) Image detail for -Click the image for a printable page.

¿Puedes encontrar los animales escondidos en estos hermosos dibujos?. Hay más animales en esta imagen de lo que ves a primera vista. ¿Es este un caballero bien vestido, escoltando a dos mujeres a un baile? O un burro?. Los cisnes y los árboles...

Animales escondidos en estos hermosos dibujos

Hidden Mountain Illusion - Find out the number of faces in this picture. answer in the end (try it once) Do you see the illusions?

Hide your television when not in use by building this TV lift cabinet.​​

How to Build a Hidden TV Lift Cabinet

optical illusion portraits by blommers & schumm for hector magazine

Blommers & Dchumm - optical illusion portraits, visible when you move away from the image or look at it from an angle

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