An Experimental Psychologist Says There's A Portrait In This Image. Can You See It?

March 29, 2017

Akiyoshi Kitaoka, a Japanese experimental psychologist who studies visual illusions as well as makes illusion artworks, shared the following portrait on Twitter this week.

Looking at the image head-on, you most-likely only see black and white squares.

You can try looking at it from a distance, or at an angle.

But the trick that works best for most people is to look at the squares while scrolling up or down.

black white square art

For those who still can't see it, someone "reverse-engineered" the image for you.

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