How many hidden faces can you spot in this Don Quixote painting by Octavio Ocampo?


Optical illusion art: An optical illusion is a mind-bending illustration of an object, design, or image that looks different when viewed from different angles. There are many types of optical illusions like physical, physiological and cognitive illusions. These optical illusions are also part of the field of psychoanalysis because they illuminate your personality traits. A normal human brain can look at things or images differently, forming a different perception from every angle. Such a clever illustration can be seen in an old painting of Don Quixote by Octavio Ocampo.

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The Illusion of Don Quixote by Octavio Ocampo: Can you spot all the hidden faces?

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The image above is known as Octavio Ocampo’s Don Quixote illusion and is considered one of the most popular optical illusions of all time. This illusion was created by a Mexican artist, Octavio Ocampo, which repeatedly tricks your brain into altering your perceptions. In this image, the trickiest thing is to find all the hidden faces.

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Quixote’s visions exemplify Octavio Ocampo’s powerful ability to tell the story of Don Quixote using a single image. From afar, you can see an old man with a distant, dreamlike expression on his face. The artist used wild yellow hair and an odd beard to complement the man’s odd demeanor. Looking closer, you’ll be transported to the Spanish countryside, where you’ll notice the windmills in the center of the image seem about to come to life.

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Two proud heroes occupy the center of the image sitting on their horses (Don Quixote on his faithful steed Rocinante and Sancho Panzo on Dappie) and are backed by windmills. They are surrounded by the world that lives in the spirit of Don Quixote. In the middle of the image on the right, Don Quixote is immortalized protesting that a deceased man still lives and preparing to divert his body to save it from untimely burial. If you focus on the area around this scene, you will see the face of a dog or a symbol of Quixote’s madness.

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The middle left of the picture shows xarifa working in the fields. Again, this scene seems to be the face of a dog, to show the madness of imagining her to be Dulcinea (pictured in the upper left corner). Above Xarifa in the fields, the village of La Mancha is shown surrounded by mythical dragons and sea monsters.

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Above the village stands the ducal castle (top left) with the The Duke’s face depicted on the castle wall. Careful observation will reveal a skull depicting the left side of the castle, a clue to the Duke’s sinister plans for our heroes.

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The upper right side of the painting shows The ghostly face of Miguel de Cervantes watch over his work. As the hills, rocks and valleys change with the power of the madness of the Man of La Mancha.

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How many faces did you spot in this optical illusion?

An above average mind can spot more than 15 faces in this optical illusion. However, because the illustration is so complicated and creative on its own, people are still not able to count the maximum number of faces in this image.

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Optical illusions always provide fascinating insight into how our brains work. Specific combinations of colors, light, and patterns can trick our brain into visually perceiving something that doesn’t exist. So tell us, how many faces did you spot in this optical illusion?


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