Everyone needs a break from adult life. Things are moving way too fast nowadays, so getting caught in between all the craziness is relatively easy. An excellent way to take a breather is to solve a few puzzles.
It may sound contradictory, but exercising your brain the right way helps clear your mind and lets you reset. Feeling fresh and much sharper afterward.
When you become older, it’s even more important since the extra brain-teasing makes your head stay young and healthy.
I usually try to relax once a day by solving a new puzzle. Sometimes it is crosswords, and the other is sudoku – but lately, a new kind of challenge has caught my attention.
Body painting illusions
Optical illusions or visual puzzles have fascinated people for generations.
An image with a design that conceals essential details within itself. One must look at the picture carefully, and several times, to find these little segments.
An artist who creates these types of illusions is Johannes Stötter. With the help of people and body painting, he births captivating puzzles for the world to see.
How many people can you find in this picture?
So today’s challenge involves one of Johannes Stötter’s most famous pictures.
We can see a frog created by bodies and body painting in the picture below. The question is: how many people can you see?
Take a good look and see how many people you manage to find.
How many people did you see? It’s pretty tricky, I’m not going to lie. But if you concentrate, I know you’ll find them all.
If you want to know the answer, check below the following picture.
Here’s the answer
For this picture, Johannes Stötter used five people.
Two people are kneeling, making up the legs. Then, the other two crouching would be the front legs. Finally, there is one person in the middle facing towards the camera. They represent the body itself.
Did you get it right? Congratulations to you in that case!
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