Arch Enemies Optical Illusions

For every good, there is evil. For every life, there is death. And for every superhero, there is a villain! Artist named Simon C. Page has taken the idea that heroes and villains are deeply connected, and turned it into art using his own variation of the Two Faces and a Candlestick optical illusion. The posters, which there are only two of so far, can be ordered through his website and would definitely look right at home on any fan’s wall. Check out the posters below of Spiderman Vs. The Green Goblin, and Batman Vs. The Penguin. The trick is, can you see both good and evil in both posters? Or just one? What if you turn them upside down ???

31 Replies to “Arch Enemies Optical Illusions”

    1. Doc Ock is Spider-Man’s archenemy and The Joker is the archenemy of Batman. But Green Goblin and The Penguin are probably their second in line archenemies.

  1. Love this kind of illusions, once there was vampire leaning over woman illusion. and I couldnt get it for a long time, until after month I saw it in smaller picture. This is great too, though easier. Or maybe I became a pro at spotting it ;D

  2. Not sure about the accuracy of the silhouettes. And The Green Goblin is just an odd upside down texture in Spidermans clothes.

  3. BOO! I SCARED YOU!! *looks around at all of the un-frightened faces* FEAR ME!!! *wiggles fingers for intimidation*

  4. Crap – the spidey/goblin one was pointless. All the guy has done is draw the goblin profile inside the spidey one – anyone could have done that. The batman/penguin is somewhat better – more of a yin/yang which is what I think he was actually aiming for.

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