Can you spot the women’s faces in these optical illusions by artist Lee Wagstaff?

Only people with a ‘high IQ’ can solve these optical illusions… what can YOU see behind the wavy lines?

  • Lee Wagstaff uses intriguing patterns to immerse a woman’s face in his art
  • Each of the artworks almost looks as if they are moving on the screen
  • The artworks can be purchased and shared on Lee’s social media pages

A painter who built a career from making optical illusion art has shared some of his most baffling work to date.

Lee Wagstaff uses intriguing patterns to immerse a woman’s face in his art – and sometimes they’re almost impossible to discern.

According to a study conducted by Current Biology, people with higher IQs have an easier time seeing shapes and details within an optical illusion.

You are, of course, able to ignore the less relevant details of the image and focus on the specific shapes.

As a result, there have been suggestions around the internet that only people with high IQs can instantly recognize the images in these illusions.

This optical illusion uses the diamond shape to draw the viewer's eyes to the corners of the face

This optical illusion uses the diamond shape to draw the viewer’s eyes to the corners of the face

Lee Wagstaff uses intriguing patterns to immerse a woman's face in his art - and sometimes they're almost impossible to discern

Lee Wagstaff uses intriguing patterns to immerse a woman’s face in his art – and sometimes they’re almost impossible to discern

Each of the artworks appears almost as if they are moving due to the fluid lines and soft angles.

Users have reported dizziness when trying to find the faces in the optical illusions.

Lee’s work is available for purchase, starting at £130 for a small original piece and £1,300 for a large piece.

He studied at the Royal College of Art in London and deals with recurring pattern themes in his work.

Each of the artworks appears almost as if they are moving due to the fluid lines and soft angles

Each of the artworks appears almost as if they are moving due to the fluid lines and soft angles

In his mission statement he says: “I am drawn to patterns that predict and perhaps challenge the cosmic order.

“I am interested in how art can be used as a tool to reorder the world around me, and how this aesthetic order can be comforting or disturbing or even both.

“When I make art, I think about whether it is still possible to make images and objects that embody ideas of faith, beauty and truth.”

The Daily Star reports that only people with a high IQ can find the face quickly.

how many faces have you seen Let us know in the comments below.

The reader's eyes are drawn to the face in this image by the darker shadows

The reader’s eyes are drawn to the face in this image by the darker shadows

Can you spot the face in this optical illusion?

Can you spot the face in this optical illusion?

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