This Optical Illusion Hidden In Painting From 1533 Is Super Creepy

Most people will say that art is subjective, and for the most part they’re right. There are, however, some pieces out there that have stood the test of time. Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, perhaps the most famous painting in the world, was painted in the early 1500s. Michelangelo’s Birth of Adam was painted around a decade later. Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans piece is a lot more recent, produced in 1962, but what all three pieces have in common is each artist’s commitment to their craft.
Back in 1533, Swiss painter Hans Holbein produced a piece commissioned by French diplomat Jean de Dinteville called The Ambassadors. While it’s a fine painting in its own right, at first glance, you might not think it’s anything special. When you take a closer look however, you might notice something pretty mind-blowing for a 16th Century painting.