January 01, 2004

A Persian Cat

You probably have already come across examples of pictographic ambiguity before, where a single drawing contains more than one image. My wife and my mother-in-law is a well-known example. It was done in 1915 by the cartoonist W.E. Hill. You should be able to see a young and an old woman in the picture. Clue: the chin of the young woman becomes the nose of the old woman.


And here is my attempt to do one, a Persian cat:
Clue: there is a cat and a map!


Wish you a very happy new year.

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Posted by mehrdad at January 1, 2004 01:30 PM | Design |